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|The "Hicks" Yew is an easy-to-grow evergreen that is tough and grows 10-15 feet tall, and around 4ft wide when fully grown. It does grow somewhat slowly, so the sooner you plant this the better! This Yew likes well-draining soil and can grow in full or partial sun, and even some shade. It is a great shrub that has a little more character than your average evergreen shrub. It grows in zones 4 to 7. The Hicks Yew is one of the easiest evergreens to grow once established. It can handle pollution and salt better than many other plants. This Yew rarely has any issues with pests or diseases. Once established, this Yew is drought tolerant. If you have a shaded area or a sunny area, this yew will perform well for you for decades. This Yew works great for creating privacy walls/hedges.|
HICKS YEW PLANT INFO
Name: "Hicks Yew"
Other Names: Taxus x media 'Hicksii'
Grow Zone: 4 to 7
Growth Speed: Slow
Light Requirements: Sun or Shade
Average Full-Grown Height: 10-15' ft
Average Full-Grown Width: 3-4' ft
Deciduous (loses Leaves) Or Evergreen (Holds Foliage All Year): Evergreen
Average Lifespan: 900 years
Sizing can vary, but the average height of the plant according to the pot size they are growing in is below. A larger pot size does not always prove a much taller plant, but you will have a larger root system.
Quart Pot — Up To 6” inches tall
Trade Gallon Pot — 6-12" inches or taller
All of our trees ship Bareroot which means they will ship with no soil and no pot. This allows the plants to have a safer trip through the mail as well as to cut down on shipping costs majorly. The roots will be carefully removed from the pot they are growing in, and then wrapped in moist material with the roots sealed up to keep them moist during transit.
To follow your state regulations, we can not ship this plant to California, AZ, AK, HI
Deliveries to WA, UT, ID, NV, MT, ND, and SD MUST be shipped Bareroot.
What Grow Zone Are You In? It Is Very Important To Know Your Grow Zone Before You Plant Anything In The Ground. If The Plant Cannot Tolerate Your Grow Zone, It Will Not Live.