The Yew Baccata Repandens will propagate as a beautiful green cover in your garden.
If you have a larger area to plant, it is very possible to do so with Taxus baccata `Repandens`. This evergreen garden plant will, after it has grown well, grace your garden with a hilly expanse of branches covered with dark green needles.
You will have a flat planting all year round which will take very little time because the weeds will not come through and the garden plant can be pruned every year, but is not necessarily needed.
Imagine how beautiful it will be when this ground cover plant is covered in brilliant white snow....
Planting cushion discs is possible in many gardens
Due to the calm, friendly appearance of this garden plant, it can come into its own in many gardens. In a cottage garden, for example, it creates a nice balance between the flowering hydrangea, and in a fashionable garden, it is precisely the hilly design, through its pre-planned architectural line, that complements the whole.
The Taxus baccata Repandens is a yew species that is very well suited for the floral underplanting of greener Bäumen This yew variety has a broader growth habit than the common yew. This characteristic makes it very suitable for compact block planting or a wider low hedge. The evergreen cushion yew grows low to a height of 50 cm, is very robust and frost-hardy. The dark, glistening green, needle-like leaves look lovely. Taxus baccata Repandens is a slow-growing plant, so annual pruning is not necessary. The shrub can be used as ground cover, a low hedge or as a solitary plant. The plants are grown in pots, so you can use them all year round.
For one square metre of space you need 5 plants.
Because the Taxus baccata is grown in pots, it can be planted all year round
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