|This evergreen yew is a dwarf that doesn't grow taller than 3 feet. The growth is prymidal, needles are deep green and smaller than the normal species. Otherwise it is true to its species. Leaves are dark green, linear, matte or glossy, 2 ranked and parted on either side of the shoots. Male plants bear yelow cones in the spring. Fruit are red and juicy. Seeds are poisonous.