The Taxus Yew is the member of the Taxaceae family. The Taxus Yew plant is grown in native regions, northern areas, including America, Europe, Asia, Germany, etc.
This plant can live for years. The smaller Taxus confers grow 65-feet tall and produces a broad spread. The Taxus Yew plants or trees start out growing straight upright trunks along with branches.
The foliage is sparing, and rises at a slant. The top is spherical. Taxus Yew once it ages raises its branches. Taxus Yew is the evergreen family that grows needle-shaped plants with shimmering foliage. At the upper exterior, the Taxus Yew plant turns dark green.
The non-spiked plant grows underside center needles. The Taxus Yew plant should be kept free from horses, since the foliage is deadly. During March and/or April, the plant grows male and female fruits.
Taxus Yew is grown and trained as bonsai, yet the popular species is the Taxus cuspidata. The Taxus Yew plant derived from Korea, Japan, and native regions. Akin to the Taxus, cuspidata is the T.c. Cultivar ‘Nana.”
Taxus Yew breeds require care to propagate and germinate properly. You can grow the Taxus Yew plants from cuttings, or seedlings. Care may include layering, grafting, light exposure, ventilation, etc. You can also choose bonsai, or Taxus Yew and its family in nurseries and train them as bonsai.
During August and October, the Taxus Yew specimens’ fruit will ripen. At this time, you want to pick the red fruits and extract the seeds. The Taxus Yew seeds should be freed under water. Once you extract the Taxus Yew seed, dry them, and allow them to form into layers until fall.
Use root-hormone compounds to promote plant growth prior to planting. In the month of May, the change in climate will start the growing from seed process, which is known as germination.
Cuttings should be taking from lignified shoots. You should cut the shoots in September. In the winter months, you want to plant the Taxus Yew seeds in a greenhouse. Start growing the Taxus Yew plants in boxes and once spring arrives the roots will start to grow, which then you can transplant the cuttings.
Tips: Cuttings include the leading shoots, lateral shoots, etc. To create a pyramid bonsai use the leading shoots. If you want to grow and shape spreading bonsai trees, use the lateral. Next, you want to consider weather you want to layer or graft your plants.
To choose layers, consider the branches that are low and supple. Once you select your branches, strip the needles from the section you want to plant. Travel across the bark, cutting it through and then soil and supply ample moisture.
Once the shoots start to develop, the roots will reveal itself, which you will need to cut through the layered roots. At this time, you can transplant the roots to a pot. To grow a healthy Taxus Yew or family member keeps the plant safe from frost and heat.
March and April is the best time to graft the Taxus Yew family. To start grafting use the veneer methods and wait a few weeks before you start to shorten the parts. You should faintly cut down the leading shoots. You can plant the grafts once the root used in grafting (rootstock) is amputated and the graft is taken at the highest peak.
If you choose nursery plants to train as bonsai, you want to select the healthiest specimens. If you want to grow the spreading trees, or the pyramid bonsai trees select nurseries with well-developed trunks, flickering, stalwart needles, high-quality branches, and a excellent rooting scheme. Now you can move to care for your bonsai once it starts to develop.