||A mid-size native holly called Yaupon, Ilex vomitoria has small evergreen crenate spineless leaves. This holly is the most tolerant to a wide range of sites from wet pond margins to dry sandy soils, because of this site tolerance is has become a very popular ornamental tree and great for creating privacy in the landscape. The small red berries that cover the female in the winter are a favorite of songbirds. Indians once uses the leave to make a tea to cause one to regurgitate, hence the species name vomitoria. Mature size is approximately 15-20'High x 10'Wide.