I found English Holly leaves. These leaves are dark green and pointy all around. They are glossy and sharp in texture. Leaves are 1-3 inches long. These leaves are considered simple leaves.It also looks like an insect ate at it.
Flowering plant. Grows as a shrub or tree. Found over most of the US.
On eastern side of Hensill Hall; does not appear to be planted.
Non native holly
English holly - Ilex aquifolium
Holly is quite invasive; this is one of the largest I have seen.
Ilex aquifolium (holly, common holly, English holly, European holly, or occasionally Christmas holly), is a species of holly native to western and southern Europe, northwest Africa, and southwest Asia.I. aquifolium is the species familiar in Christmas decoration, and is regarded as the type species of the genus Ilex, which by association is also called "holly". It is a dioecious tree or shrub found, for example, in shady areas of forests of oak and in beech hedges....