Irish yew


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Irish yew

taxusbaccata var. fastigiata.
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Modern folklore at Hexham tells of "hundreds" of balls having gone into the dense, twisting, octopus-like interior of the bushy Irish Yew.
Grass which has been hastily cut litters the front of the monument, while thousands of Irish yew trees, intended to represent the fallen of the four provinces, are dead.
Along the Irish yew walk, and where the repairs have been made to the retaining banks of the pond, we have some repairs to make to the turf edges.
8 (a) The baron, Walter von Saint Paul-Illaire, (b) Irish yew, (c) Prince Albert, (d) Romans, (e) Rhubarb.
In the garden here, Gordon the builder has nearly finished repairs to the retaining walls of the pond, and new metal lawn edging has been installed along the Irish yew walk.