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Yew, Anglojap Yew

Yew, Anglojap Yew (Taxus x media)

A most popular species of Yew with many named varieties. These cover a range of spreading, mounding, rounded and upright forms as shrubs and small upright trees. All offer a dense growth of fine, green needles to enhance the landscape throughout the year. They provide good shelter…

Yew, Japanese Yew

Yew, Japanese Yew 'Dark Green Spreader' (Taxus cuspidata)

Extremely hardy, versatile and low maintenance shrub. Compact, spreading selection with dark green needles. Foliage discoloration in winter is minimal. Decorative fruit.

Yew, Japanese Yew

Yew, Japanese Yew (Taxus cuspidata)

A tough selection with fine, dark green needles and a high tolerance for pruning. Does well in shade, but may yellow in areas of strong wind. An excellent selection for year round structure and green in the landscape. Provides good shelter for birds, but is favored by browsing deer.…

Yew Pine, Japanese Yew

Yew Pine, Japanese Yew 'Maki' (Podocarpus macrophyllus)

This shrub naturally has an upright, columnar to pyramidal shape and the leaves are evergreen, which means they keep their dark green color and remain on the branches all year. Yew Pine is a low maintenance plant that withstands heat and is resistant to deer. 'Maki' is a slow-growing…

Yoshino Cherry

Yoshino Cherry 'Yoshino' (Prunus x yedoensis)

Adds a welcome splash of color to the early season landscape. A magnificent display of flowers appear before the leaves emerge in spring. Display improves with each passing year.