Taxus baccata fastigiata

Upright Irish Yew

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Columnar form of the Irish Yew. Known throughout the world for its erect habit, deep green foliage and crop of red berries during autumn. A slow growing plant when young but annual growth seems to increase as the plant gets older. Prefers rich fertile soil, mulching recommended. In South Australia plant in a position with reasonable protection.
Water Requirements:

Taxus baccata fastigiata

Additional Information

Common Name Upright Irish Yew
Height 2 metres
Width 50 centimetres in 10 years
Growth Habit Tree
Water Requirments 3
Frost Tolderance Frost Hardy
Sun / Shade Requirements Full Sun/Partial Shade
Plant Type No

Details

Columnar form of the Irish Yew. Known throughout the world for its erect habit, deep green foliage and crop of red berries during autumn. A slow growing plant when young but annual growth seems to increase as the plant gets older. Prefers rich fertile soil, mulching recommended. In South Australia plant in a position with reasonable protection.