This Japanese Yew was donated by longtime Bonsai Society member Dr. Aaron Perlman in 2010.
It is in the informal upright style. The pot is rectangular, unglazed, brown in color and is 5 inches deep.
Taxus cuspidata, the Japanese yew or spreading yew, is a member of the genus Taxus, native to Japan, Korea, northeast China and the extreme southeast of Russia. They are relatively slow growing and can be very long-lived. They are popular in public and home gardens.