Podocarpus macrophyllus ‘Maki’ Shrubby Japanese Yew

Podocarpus macrophyllus ‘Maki’ is a slow growing evergreen shrub that can reach 8-10′ in height and 3-4′ in width with a conical to dome shaped growth habit. Maki is smaller, more shrubby, and has shorter leaves than the species. The leaves are deep glossy green, nearly linear, and are spirally arranged along the stem. Shrubby Japanese Yew resembles a true Yew (Taxus spp.), hence the common name. This is a great plant to use as a screen or a specimen.

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