With its gold-green variegated leaves, this Yew is both attractive and useful. Taxus cuspidata ‘Dwarf Bright Gold’ can be grown for topiary, hedging, screens or mass planting, as well as being planted alone and left to grow in its natural, upright-spreading form. Female plants have small, soft red fruits in late autumn. The foliage is toxic if eaten by humans or animals. Height & Spread: 2m (7′).
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