(1) Species with random branching, such as arborvitae, juniper, yew , and false cypress, have limbs that occur all along the trunk.(2) The wood from the yew makes excellent bows.(3) I will also have to abandon plans for replacing the yew hedge.(4) Clipped yew , beech and hornbeam are lovely.(5) The forest at Weston is over 30 acres and contains a whole variety of species but John's favourites are the hard woods like the elm and the yew .(6) Many gardens and parks contain poisonous plants such as yew and laburnum.(7) The widely used anticancer drug was derived from the Pacific yew , a tree found in temperate rain forests.(8) However, only three are native to these shores: juniper, Scots pine and yew .(9) A total of 23 mature trees - including yew , oak and fir - have been destroyed.(10) Many of the needle evergreens including yew , arborvitae, hemlock, and incense cedar make fine hedges.(11) They cut away the dead wood, the ivy, the Russian vine, leaving a nearly naked yew and Scots pine, which may well survive and regenerate.(12) A simple circle of juvenile yews will eventually knit together to enclose a calming circle of pure green.(13) The 10-acre garden of cypresses, yews and quickset hedges is called the Domaine des Colombia.(14) For background planting, especially if you have plenty of space, grow yews , hawthorn, holly, elder and Viburnum opulus, the Guelder rose.(15) Rev Snuggs claimed just three of the yew tree 's poisonous berries would be enough to kill a child.(16) Junipers and yews are the most commonly planted of the narrow-leaved evergreens.
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