Amentotaxus argotaenia var. argotaenia

Very rare in cultivation, this evergreen yew relative from forest understorey in SE Asia has considerably larger foliage than Taxus, being thick textured and up to 8cm long with two thick white stomatal bands below, offering great excitement to the average plant nerd who catches a glimp of their backsides. Usually a shrub in cultivation, where it is suited to the mildest gardens, so coastal or C. London, or for the rest of us pot grown and under cover for winter. Females can produce extremely decorative, elongated, fat scarlet fruits.

Pot size: 2L
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