Holly is a type of bush with recognisable leaves. The leaves have sharp edges, and are often used to decorate a house on Christmas Day. Some types of holly are used to make tea. The leaves of the Holly don't fall of in the winter because they're very thick and have a waxy layer on them. Holly bushes produce berries that birds often eat during the winter season.
|European Holly (Ilex aquifolium) leaves and fruit|
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