Plant Profile: Upright Japanese Yew

Background:

Cone shaped shrub with fairly rapid growth rate. Can add between 10-12″ of new height each year. Easy to maintain as a hedge and can be used as a “specimen” tree in a garden.

Light Requirements:

Full sun to deep shade.

Pruning:

For a formal and more classy appearance, shear these hedges to remove about half the new growth in the early summer. For an informal appearance, do not use hedge trimmers and only remove individual long branches.

The Informal Look Of A Japanese Yew

Uses:

Foundation planting, specimen or accent. Can be used as a hedge or screen up to the height of about 12 feet tall.

japanese yew hedge row
Japanese Yew Hedge Row

If you are interested in having a Japanese Yew planted or maintained in your garden, contact us today!

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