Leea Burgundy, also known as Hawaiian Holly, is a shrubby plant with decorative bronzy red leaves. The Leea genus of plants is native to Northern and Eastern Australia, New Guinea, South and Southeast Asia, and parts of Africa. The plant prefers bright light or slight shade and well-drained but moist soil. The fast-growing plant has large groups of flowers with berry-like, bright red outer petals which later turn into black berries. However, the plant rarely blooms indoors and does well outside or in greenhouses.