Taxus baccata ‘Fastigiata Aurea’ is a more formal version of the Native Yew, that naturally maintains a very upright columnar shape. It is slow growing, but can very gradually grow to heights of 4-5m, while always maintaining a much narrower width of about 1.5-2m. Another striking feature of this variety is its golden-yellow foliage, which can add stunning contrast in the garden. It is an extremely hardy tree that will tolerate wind, and once established will also have a high drought tolerance. A perfect choice for gardens of all sizes, awkward angled corners, and can make a great focal point in any open space.