Taxus x media ‘Beanpole’

Beanpole Hybrid Yew Dark green, coarse foliage on strictly upright branches create a useful form. This supremely narrow, slow growing conifer will add an architectural presence to the garden. Like an ancient Roman pillar, ‘Beanpole’ can be used to delineate space or add formality, either in containers or planted in the ground. Light shade is […]

Taxus cuspidata ‘Dwarf Bright Gold’

Dwarf Bright Gold Japanese Yew Each soft yellow needle has a bright green striation along its length, which produces a great color combo. The mid-size conifer has an upright branching habit that is wider than tall. Although very hardy, the foliage appreciates protection from scorching summer sun. Taxus cuspidata ‘Dwarf Bright Gold’ Download a printable […]

Taxus baccata ‘Green Column’

Green Column English Yew Extremely dark green needles and an extremely narrow habit are distinctive features of this English Yew. The short, broad needles are blunt-tipped and held at wide angles in a radial arrangement providing a good covering of the thick woody stems. Slow growing, it prefers moist, well-drained soil in sun to light […]

Taxus baccata ‘Green Diamond’

Green Diamond English Yew Green Diamond English Yew has bright green new growth which contrasts sharply against the mature needles that are a dark glossy green on top and a paler green underneath. Characteristic of the English Yew, the needles are spirally arranged around the shoots. Small berry-like fruit are a bonus attraction to this […]

Taxus baccata ‘Fastigiata Micro’

Fastigiate Micro Irish Yew Rich, dark green needles cover this extremely narrow dwarf pillar. The needles of the Fastigiata Micro Irish Yew are attached to the stem with a slight twist, so when looking down on a shoot you see a spiral of foliage that makes for a very full and dense looking plant even […]

Taxus baccata ‘Bultinck Orange Beauty’

Orange Beauty English Yew An extremely narrow form with outstanding color. The exposed foliage is yellow, changing to an amber, orange tinged color in winter. The slender habit makes it a good choice for tight garden spaces needing a spot of color. Typical of the species, it is tolerant of many soil types, preferring moist, […]

Taxus cuspidata ‘Nana Aurescens’

Golden Dwarf Japanese Yew New growth on Taxus cuspidata ‘Nana Aurescens’ bursts on the scene like a splash of brilliant goldenrod. Since second-year foliage goes dark green, each year’s new growth makes another dramatic splash of color when it emerges. The shade tolerant, adaptable, colorful conifer has a wider-than-tall, spreading habit. Garden Size: 2’H x 8’W Dwarf: 3-6″/year […]

Taxus cuspidata ‘Amersfoort’

Amersfoort English Yew Taxus cuspidata ‘Amersfoort’ produces short, flat, oval needles that are unusual for a yew. It develops stiff, dark green, outward-spreading branches that form an attractive, slow-growing shrub. Adds an interesting texture to the collector’s garden. Garden Size: 6’H x 4’W Dwarf: 3-6″/year Broad Upright Zone 5 Green Conifer Sun to Partial Shade Download a printable […]

Taxus baccata ‘Silver Spire’

Silver Spire English Yew The spirally arranged, glossy, dark green needles of Taxus baccata ‘Silver Spire’ have light colored margins. The new growth in spring and through much of the summer displays yellow margins. As the temperatures cool and gardens head into winter, the margins turn beautiful silver. The narrow, spire-like habit stands out in the landscape with […]

Taxus baccata ‘Goldener Zwerg’

Dwarf Gold English Yew Taxus baccata ‘Goldener Zwerg’ features premium golden yellow foliage that turns a rich dark green in winter in a slow growing, compact, neat and tidy form. Growing just a few inches per year, this narrow column will fit in small garden spaces adding stunning color and vertical accent to rock gardens, miniature […]