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TAXUS CUSPIDATA CAPITATA

Taxus cuspidata 'Capitata'

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TAXUS CUSPIDATA CAPITATA

Genus: TAXUS
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Height: 25 Feet Tall
Spread: 10-20 Feet Wide
Color: green foliage
Light: Full Sun
Zone: 4
EVERGREEN SHRUB
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TAXUS CUSPIDATA CAPITATA
Grower Notes:

Broad, slow-growing yew with rich, dark green foliage. Tolerates shearing and can be grown in full sun or heavy shade.







AVAILABLE SIZE TYPE YARD HEELIN FIELD
TAXUS CUSPIDATA CAPITATA 24-30 in BBnPOT 41 00
TAXUS CUSPIDATA CAPITATA 36-42 in 3 00
TAXUS CUSPIDATA CAPITATA 36-42 in BBnPOT 38 00
TAXUS CUSPIDATA CAPITATA 4-5 ft BBnPOT 24 00
TAXUS CUSPIDATA CAPITATA  *SALE* 5-6 ft 0 180
TAXUS CUSPIDATA CAPITATA 5-6 ft BBnPOT 10 00
TAXUS CUSPIDATA CAPITATA  *SALE* 6-7 ft 0 50

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FIELD TREES AND FIELD SHRUBS that are colored ORANGE need to be dug unless it is a BBnPOT. Call us to place a dig order

(BBnPOT - formerly known as GRSTART - are B&B put into a container - they are available now)




TAXUS TYPES:

Taxus Baccata
Commonly called English Yew or Common Yew, this long-lived evergreen is one of the best conifers for shady areaa. Males develop cones - Females develop attractive red fruit. Note: All yews are poisonous if ingested.

Taxus Cuspitata
Commonly called Japanese Yew or Spreading Yew, this evergreen makes a great foundation plant with dark green foliage that can be used as a privacy hedge. Note: All part of Yews are extremely poisonous if ingested.

Taxus Media
This is a hybrid designation for a number of yews. It is noted for its hybrid excellence. Provides needed privacy when grouped together for form a screen or hedge. It is among the smallest of the Taxus genus. Note: All yews are extremely poisonous if ingested.





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