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The one I acquired had never been properly stakes and was lunging forward, covering my small patio area.
One year, at the beginning of February, I decided to cut it right back and start again. Yikes!
For a while afterwards, I was worried that it might not grow back but four months later, it started to sprout leaves.
It's a female tree, and after 2 years it went back to producing bright red berries again.
So if anyone's wondering if holly trees can take a severe pruning, herein lies your answer.