Wanna turn my yellow Hick's Yew green
I bought what I learned was a "Hick's Yew" (columnar), about 4 feet tall from a blowout sale from a nursery that was relocating, at bargain price.
When I bought it, it was root-bound, wrapped in a burlap ball in a "clay" type of soil. The needles are well-developed, firmly attached. It's a nice-looking plant EXCEPT it is yellow, rather than green (I originally thought it was a golden yew).
It looks, and acts healthy. Just seeking some advice, now that it's planted, about transforming that yellowish tinge to the more appropriate deep green of the Hick's Yew.