|Ilex rotunda, an
evergreen tree with gray-white barks that grow to 10m, rarely 20m in
height, inhabits evergreen-tree forests in fields and mountains.
Leaves are alternate, 6-10cm long, 3-4cm wide, in an oblong shape,
both ends are pointed, with margins entire. Petioles, measuring
1-2cm in length, tinge purple. Flowers are dioecious: Axils on
current year's branches emerge umbels in which 2-7 white or light
purple flowers appear. Drupes are spherical, about 6mm long, mature
red in November-December. Bloom time: June.