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Delaware State Tree:

Ripe holly berries - click to see all state trees
Ripe holly berries and foliage Photo © 2007 Derek Ramsey - displayed
under the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2/ Wikipedia.
See All State Trees - All State Flowers & Plants.

American Holly

Delaware designated American holly (Ilex opaca Aiton) as the official state tree in 1939. Also called Christmas holly or evergreen holly, American holly is regarded as one of Delaware's most important forest trees.

American holly leaves & unripe berries - click to see all state trees
Unripe American holly (Ilex opaca) photo by USDA/NRCS - Wikipedia

The tree has dark, thorny-leaved foliage and red berries, familiar decoration to most Americans during Christmas and New Year holidays. In Delaware, the tree can reach 60 feet in height and a trunk diameter of 20 inches.

Source:
Delaware Facts & Symbols - State Plants: DE Official website
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