Taxus Baccata David
Taxus Baccata David is a small, slow-growing plant with tightly packed upright leaves that form a neat column.
Its narrow green leaves have a golden colour on the edges. Since this is a male form, it doesn’t produce poisonous fruits.
Taxus Baccata David is a small version of golden Irish yew, adding color and form to your garden all-year-round.
Hedges Heijnen is an expert in hedge plants. We have many years of experience in the field and boast a large assortment of hedging plants, including the evergreen Taxus Baccata David. We have added Taxus Baccata David as a special plant in our hedging collections.
Care & Advice
Despite being a low-maintenance plant, there are few things that you need to keep in mind:
Taxus Baccata David is a low maintenance plant. You simply need to trim your taxus baccata hedge once a year. However, when faced with an overgrowth, you can trim twice a year. You can also trim it to any shape, but ensure that the bottom of the plant receives enough sunlight. Remove diseased, broken and dead branches with a clean pruning shears
Taxus Baccata David may be affected by vine weevil, scale insects, gall mites and tortrix moth. You can solve this problem by applying an insecticide recommended by an expert
The Yew tree may also be affected by Phytophthora root disease. You can treat this condition by applying a fungicide. Also continue removing infected stems or branches that you’ll find as time goes by.