Cephalotaxus Harringtonia Fastigiata, also known as the Japanese Plum Yew, is an excellent landscaping specimen. Its columnar habit and attractive evergreen foliage make it particularly versatile in a variety of garden situations. It is a slow-growing evergreen yew and the stems are produced from the base, reaching upward and maintaining a narrow shape. Its long, narrow, pointed leaves, up to 4 cm in length, are dark green. Female plants will produce small, olive green edible fruits up to 2.5 cm long in the autumn.