The Amersfoort English Yew (Taxus Baccata "Amersfoort") is very different in appearance from the rest of the Yew family. The needles are shorter, flatter and more dense than other Yews. More information below the photos.
As the name indicates, it is native to England but it is now grown in all temperate parts of the world. In nature it can grow to 8 feet in height and up to 5 feet in width. Because of its short dense needles, branching habits and tolerance of wiring it is an excellent bonsai subject.