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Maureen Columnar Yew

Slow growing conifer with very dark green needles. narrow, compact upright form.

Nova Japanese Yew

Dark green needles on a dense, columnar shrub. Good in any setting in the garden and versatile, as it does not mind the shade.

Rising StarĀ® Yew

Low maintenance and well-shaped. Can make a uniform hedge in very little time. Performs well as a standalone plant. It is a male selection so it does not produce any ornamental berries.

Sunburst Yew

Brilliant gold foliage emerges in the spring fading to a subdued yellow over the summer. Dense, mounding, spreading growth habit.

Hill’s Yew

A slow growing, compact and broadly columnar specimen with dark green foliage. Ornamental red berries.

Dense Yew

A low growing, wide spreading yew that shears well. Will tolerate some shade. Ornamental red berries.

Hick’s Yew

Dense, narrowly columnar cultivar with ascending branching. The most common of the yews. Fast growing and extremely hardy.

Ward’s Yew

A low spreading yew with dark green foliage and ascending branches. Ornamental red berries.

Clipped Cone Yew

Pyramidal, conical habit. Nearly vertical branches ascend upward. A trimmed variety of yew with light green new growth. Ornamental red berries.

Citation Columnar Yew

A tight, upright, slow grower that is good for hedges and screens. Ornamental red berries.