Sun to Shade

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Black new growth stays purplish all season long. Excellent when combined with the yellow flowers of early summer. Drought tolerant.

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Orange new growth stays orange most of the year. Sometimes green with orange tints. Yellow flowers show very well against the foliage. Drought tolerant

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Red foliage most of the year with yellow flowers. Excellent choice as a substitute for Grow Low Sumac. Requires very little pruning.

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Green fresh foliage looks great all season. In fall, foliage turns amazing fire engine red. Produces small orange seeds that birds love. If pruned, it will produce little to no fruit making it less invasive.

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Very low growing form of yew. Smaller, denser needles than the other varieties. Best sited with protection from winter winds. Fruit is poisonous.

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Upright, columnar growing evergreen. Great for use as a screening when evergreens are needed. Soft textured foliage year round. Does produce poisonous fruit so keep kids from eating them.

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Lighter green in color than other Yews. This evergreen tends to have some yellowing in late summer. Smaller needles. Upright arching new growth is attractive. Red fruit is poisonous.

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The most common of the spreading yews. Soft textured needles on a shade tolerant evergreen. Great for hedging. Fruit is poisonous so keep children from eating them.