One of if not the rarest plants we grow and offer, the tree form Japanese Plum Yew is a small coniferous evergreen tree featuring handsome, needle-like, dark green leaves that are arranged on the leaf stems in a way that resembles fern fronds. The arching and pendulous leaf stems provide a very unique look and texture in the landscape. Like other Cephalotaxus, this one thrives in part shade to full shade, but will take full sun in cooler climates. It is a slow to moderate grower reaching 8 to 10 feet in as many years and up to 20 to 30 feet over time if left unpruned. Extremely low maintenance and very easy to grow, it has high tolerance for heat, deep shade and is drought tolerant when established. Deer haven't touched it in our gardens. Get all the details below!