Pseudotaxus chienii

The White Berried Yew is now almost an endangered species in its wild Chinese home and as yet extremely scarce here in cultivation in the UK. This makes a large shrub or small tree, 2 to 5m in the wild with dark green yew-like foliage, but with white-bands on leaf undersides, and deep red-brown bark. Translucent white berries are borne in autumn and in cultivated plants it has been observed that only a single specimen is needed to produce fruit. Hardy. For any reasonably drained soil.

Pot size: 2L



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