• Description

    Japanese plum yew is an evergreen, needled shrub or small tree in the Taxaceae (yew) family. The cultivar 'Prostrata' has a low growing spreading mounding habit. Its name is derived from the Greek words kephale and taxus meaning 'head' and 'yew' respectively. The specific epithet harringtonia was given in recognition of the Earl of Harrington who became an early adopter and enthusiast of the species in the early 19th century.

    About Prostrata

    Common Name: Japanese plum yew
    Sun Requirement: Full sun
    Growth Rate: Slow 1"-6" per year

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