Taxus baccata 'Stricta Aurea' 1 Gallon

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The columnar profile of the Golden Irish Yew is the more stunning for its gold-tinged, needle-like foliage. The color intensifies in full sun and is a vibrant backdrop for the bright red berries that form in the fall. Excellent as a focal point in the garden or as a privacy hedge, though patience is required! 

Common Name: Golden Irish Yew
Mature Size: 15 -30 feet tall, 4 - 8 feet wide
Growth Rate: slow (4 - 10' tall, 2-3' wide after 10 years)
Cold Hardiness: -10 ° F
Characteristics: Slow-growing columnar evergreen, vibrant red berries in the fall
Light: Sun to partial sun
Structure: Columnar, narrow
Bloom Color: Inconspicuous, red berries in the fall
Bloom Time: Inconspicuous, red berries in the fall
Uses: Woodland gardens, hedges, specimen, mass planting
Photos: Real images, not stock photos
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