Bright yellow form of yew. Very useful plant for small hedges and also for topiary. It is slow growing to start with, which makes it much more expensive than its plain green cousin, and hence it is rarely offered these days, but we propagate healthy numbers from cuttings here. Like all yews it is better on a free draining soil, and needs sun to maintain its best colour. Can be used in a put and kept trimmed. We have quite a lot here at the moment, so I might start training some into balls.