Taxus baccata, commonly known as Yew, is a hardy native evergreen conifer with glossy dark green foliage year-round. The needle-like leaves emerge on horizontal branches, and fleshy, cup-shaped, bright-red fruits are produced on female plants in the autumn. It is slow-growing overall, making it a very low-maintenance plant that can be easily clipped to maintain its shape.
These specimens are multi-stem in form, which have been cleared up to a height of approx. 120cm, with a clipped cube head measuring 100-110cm in height and width. Please see images of each available specimen, and feel free to contact us at any time if more photos are required.