Taxus floridana FLORIDA YEW

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Taxus floridana - Florida Yew

Extremely endangered and rare evergreen shrub/tree native to the Florida panhandle area along the Apalachicola River. Reaches 12-18 feet.

These do well in well-drained soil in partial shade. Consistent even moisture is best. (poorly drained soil may cause root rot).

Male and female plants are required to produce fruit but at this stage, our plants are unsexed. 

Because of the endangered status, we cannot ship to the following states: California, Arizona, or Oregon.


  • 5
    Excellent plants!

    Posted by Alex Haney on Oct 21st 2023

    Excellent yew plants. Arrived in good condition growing vigorously

  • 4
    Very nice plants

    Posted by Fred Bess on Sep 20th 2023

    The plants arrived well packed and in good condition. I'm really happy with them. My only complaint is that these were cutting grown and that wasn't in the description. Based on that description (unsexed) I assumed they were seedlings and i was hoping for both male and female plants. Now I'll have to wait to see what sex they are so I can aquire the opposite.

  • 5
    Taxus floridana Florida yew

    Posted by Drew on Jun 9th 2023

    Plant arrived in excellent condition, looking exactly like its picture.