Taxus baccata 'Fastigiata Aureomarginata'
Golden Irish Yew - 3 litres
Taxus baccata 'Fastigiata Aureomarginata' is a golden-leaved form of the Irish yew, slender and upright when young, forming a broad column when mature. A female variety, producing red berries with a male variety nearby. All parts, other than the flesh of the berries, are highly toxic. up to 2m.high by 60cm.in 10 years, after many years up to 6m.high by 3m. Like any Taxus, can be kept compact by trimming. Thrives in any well-drained, fertile soil, from acid to chalky, in sun for best colour. A classic formal feature plant.
This plant has an RHS Award of Garden Merit.
British Nursery Grown.
|Awards||RHS Award of Garden Merit|
|Botanical name||Taxus baccata|
|Common name||Golden Irish Yew|
|Foliage colour||Green, Yellow|
|Season of interest||Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter|
|Time to maturity||20 - 50 years|
|Ultimate height||2.6m - 4m|
|Ultimate spread||1.6m - 2.5m|