Reddish-brown and peeling bark with needle green leaves, the Yew tree is one of the longest living trees in Europe. With evergreen leaves and a wide spread this tree is ideal for wildlife and provide excellent shelter throughout the year. Native to England and often used in church grounds due to their morbid folklore the Yew tree is commonly used for hedging and good for topiary..this one is currently being shaped into an evergreen columnCurrent height 1.5-2 m tall and field grown to be lifted as bare-root trees between November and February (Weather dependent). Reservations can be made now for a deposit of 33% with remainder payable prior to collection or delivery.
Dense foliage trimmed to a cuboid shape ready for continuing topiary pruning.
Can grow up to 20 meters but this one is being shaped into a column shape.