Ilex pendunculosa, an
evergreen shrub or small tree with gray-brown barks, grows in dry
forests or forest edges in mountainous regions. Leaves are of
alternate phyllotaxis, 4-8cm long, 2-3.5cm wide, in the shape of an
ovate-oblong, with margins entire and wavy. Both the upper and
backsides are not hairy, and veins are indistinct. Flowers are
dioecious: Axils give birth to peduncles with small white flowers.
Drupes, spherical, approximately 8mm across, mature in red in
October-November. Bloom time: June-July.