Yew (Taxus baccata) Hedging
Yew (Taxus) hedging plants are native to the UK and are extremely long lived. English Yew is one of the UK's few native evergreen trees and has been used around churchyards, and for hedging for generations. Yew have dark green needles and are compact growers which can be pruned back to the trunk and freely shoot again. English yew (taxus baccata) has been used for impressive formal hedging and topiary
Pre-order Bareroot English Yew (Taxus baccata) now for early November delivery
- Order your bareroot Yew Hedging Plants now from ScotPlants Direct and get a good headstart to early planting in November. Bareroot hedging plants are despatched November to April while dormant (not actively growing) with little or no soil on the roots. Bareroot hedging is the most economical method of planting large areas of ground.
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