Description The Spreading Japanese Plum Yew is a low-growing evergreen conifer with a gracefully mounding growth habit that can tolerate shade, heat, polluted, and drought conditions once established. This ground cover shrub has attractive shiny dark green needles for foliage that create interesting texture. Spreading Japanese Plum Yew is often used under trees and in shady areas as groundcovers, in rock gardens, as foundation plantings, or in woodland gardens. Scientific Name: Cephalotaxus harringtonia Prostrata Exposure: Partial to Full Sun Bloom/Feature: Feathery evergreen foliage Avg. Dimensions: 1-2 ft. H x 3-4 ft. W USDA Zones: USDA Zones 6-9 Soil: Adapts to most types Water: As Needed Uses: Foundation Plant, Mass Planting, Shade Garden
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