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Ward’s Yew is a low-growing, wide-spreading cultivar with a flattened top that features pointed, linear, dark green needle-like leaves that are attractive year round. It typically grows slowly to 4’ tall and spreads to 8’ wide over the first 10 years, but may over time eventually reach 6’ tall by 20’ wide. Plants are dioecious (separate male and female plants). Non-ornamental flowers (male are yellowish and female are greenish) form in leaf axils in early spring. Female plants produce red, ornamentally-attractive, berry-like fruits. Fruits are toxic if ingested.
Taxus x media 'Wardii'
Prefers average, well-drained soil, rich in organic matter. Water regularly during the first growing season to establish a deep root system. Evergreens prefer an acidic fertilizer.
Low-growing, wide-spreading habit.
Dark green, needle-like leaves.