Dense, dark green needles make this evergreen a perfect plant for a shady hedge. You can sheer this Yew 2-3 times per year for a formal look or let the branches grow for a natural look that has a vase-like form. One of the few evergreens for shade.
A shrub that has it all - aromatic white flowers followed by clusters of berries that change color as they ripen, from pink to blue to purple. The bright purple fruit are held against dark red foliage in the fall. Can we say ooh-la-la?
Proven Winner. Loads of large red berry clusters cover this plant in late summer. A very attractive shrub and easy to grow with a compact and rounded form. White flowers appear in May and the berries will persist well into fall.