The Q&A Archives: Plum-Yew

Question: How do I care for my Japanese Plum Yew tree in the cold months?

Answer: Cephalotaxus harringtonia var. drupacea is the 'plum-fruited yew'. It's hardy to -10F degrees, so shouldn't experience any particular problems wintering over in your region. Your Plum Yew is evergreen and has the potential to grow to 30' high (but can be pruned into shrub shape if space is restricted).

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