Yews are fine-needled, dark green evergreens that add beauty and grace to nearly any landscape. These versatile trees are available in a variety of sizes and forms, from low-growing groundcovers to mid-size shrubs or stately, elegant trees. Planting yews is easy and, once established, caring for yews is uninvolved. Read the following articles for more information on these lovely trees.
: Even if you never heard of Hicks yew, you may have seen these plants in privacy screens. This evergreen shrub has long, upright-growing branches and dense, shiny foliage. It?s an excellent choice for tall hedges. If you want more Hicksii yew information, click here.
Nothing is more useful in a garden than an easy-care evergreen that does just fine in shady sites. Taunton yew shrubs fit the bill as short, attractive evergreens that tolerate shade. For more Taunton yew information, including tips on care, click this article.
Unlike some conifers, yews usually respond well to pruning. If you want to learn about pruning yew bushes, including how to prune an overgrown yew, then this article will help. Click here for additional information.
Japanese yew trees are long-lived evergreens often selected for specimen shrubs or hedges. Trimming a Japanese yew helps keep it an appropriate size or shape. Find tips on cutting back Japanese yews in the article that follows.
Winter?s chill can harm many types of trees, including yews. Contrary to what you might think, winter injury to yews doesn?t generally follow an extremely cold winter. Click this article for information about yew winter damage.
Japanese yew trees come in a wide range of sizes, from dwarfs that rarely exceed 2.5 feet to large specimens that can grow more than 50 feet tall. Read this article to find out whether this lovely and versatile plant is right for your garden.