Taxus baccata

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Synonyms for Taxus baccata

predominant yew in Europe

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It's amazing this drug is manufactured from our common yew JAMES DORRIAN
One of the best plants to train is the common yew, but many good shapes have been achieved with privet and box.
Its effect is similar to the common yew, taxus baccata, but the whole thing is much bigger and grander.
For me, the queen of all hedging material is common yew (Taxus baccata).
The common yew, taxus baccata, is especially attractive to songbirds probably on account of its tangle of branches, which provide shelter from the worst of the weather.