Saxegothea conspicua - Prince Alberts Yew

Prince Alberts Yew

A Yew-like conifer which is a member of the podocarp family Saxegothea conspicua grows wild in South America, specifically the coastal mountains of Chile and Argentina. With drooping branches, lance-shaped leaves similar to Yew and fleshy spherical cones Prince Alberts Yew makes an attractive slow growing evergreen tree for any garden. The bark is good being a flaking purplish brown and looks perfect with the rich green needled foliage.

Site: Tolerant of inland exposure
Soil: Not too boggy
Position: Partial shade
Season of Interest: Evergreen, decorative glaucous green cones, Rare plant
Hardiness: Fully hardy
Height: 8-10ft (2.5-3) Spread: 8-10 ft (2.5-3m)

Type | Size: Pot | 3L
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