• Published 2006

Cephalotaxus : The Plum Yews

@inproceedings{Tripp2006CephalotaxusT,
  title={Cephalotaxus : The Plum Yews},
  author={Kim E. Tripp},
  year={2006}
}
sent Cephalotaxus to Europe where it was received with interest and appreciation.2 Siebold grew five different Cephalotaxus in his own garden in Japan, along with many other plants he had discovered, cultivating them for their beauty and for evaluation as garden plants. Today, although plum yews are widely considered some of the most beautiful and useful of evergreen conifers, their potential as ornamental and medicinal plants has yet to be fully explored and utilized. The endangered status of… CONTINUE READING

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