Taxus x media 'Hillii'
More About Taxus x media 'Hillii'
- Slow-growing, columnar and dense with sharply ascending branches
- Narrow, short-stalked, tightly spaced, dark green needles
- Extremely low tolerance for wet, poorly drained conditions
- Male selection, producing no fruit
Mature taxus species have the ability to re-row from old wood, so older specimens can be rejuvenated in the garden.
Hill's Yew Growing and Maintenance Tips
A versatile evergreen tolerating heavy pruning, making it ideal for hedges, screens, foundation plantings and topiary landscapes. It can also be left unpruned for a softer textured landscape. A very columnar-growing cultivar, growing slower than 'Hicksii', making it a good vertical accent. Protection (burlap wrap) from drying, winter winds is recommended in exposed locations.
Taxus x media 'Hillii' Characteristics
Average to Dry Soils
Moist to Average
Foliage ColorGreen (dark)