What is another word for Christmas Berry?

Pronunciation: [kɹˈɪsməs bˈɛɹi] (IPA)

The Christmas Berry (Heteromeles arbutifolia) is a native plant to California, USA, which gets its common name because of its prominence during the winter season. This evergreen shrub produces bright red berries that resemble holly and are often used as decoration for the Christmas holidays. Though commonly known as the Christmas Berry, there are several other names used for this plant, including Toyon, California Holly, and Hollywood. Toyon is derived from a Native American word, and the name Hollywood refers to the abundance of Toyon plants found in the hills of Hollywood, California. No matter the name used, the Christmas Berry is an important part of California's ecosystem and culture.

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