Taxus baccata (Yew) is another evergreen that produces bird-friendly berries. We had these in our yard when I was a child, how fun.

Had one in my yard growing up! I remember picking the red berries. Poisonous Plants: Taxus baccata (Yew) is fatal. The foliage is more toxic than the berries, but both are poisonous. Death is usually sudden, without warning symptoms.

Thomas Leplat unterteilt den großen Garten mit Eibenhecken in interessante Ecken

Thomas Leplat unterteilt den großen Garten mit Eibenhecken in interessante Ecken. I very much like the work of Thomas leplat the Belgian landscape architect garden designer.

Taxus baccata - If commun POT (Hauteur : 40 - 50 cm) - LOT de 100 arbustes pour haie en kit

Taxus baccata - If commun POT (Hauteur : 40 - 50 cm) - LOT de 100 arbustes pour haie en kit

If Commun, Pots, Hedges, Shrubs, Gardening, Jars, Planters

Taxus baccata - If commun  Fond végétal dans le massif. Feuillage en hiver (persistant). Robuste. Taillé ou en port libre

Taxus baccata - If commun

Haie de Taxus baccata - If commun

Taxus baccata, wintergroen, giftige bessen, in juni/aug snoeien, verdraagt goed snoeien, mag niet te nat staan

Taxus baccata, wintergroen, giftige bessen, in juni/aug snoeien, verdraagt goed snoeien, mag niet te nat staan

Yew hedging, like other evergreens, is best planted in September to October or March to April Buy plants that are 45-60cm (18-2ft) high, as these tend to establish more successfully and grow away better than larger plants. Bare-rooted or root-balled yews are preferable as they are usually cheaper than container-grown stock and seem to establish more readily Once established, a well cared for yew hedge may make up to 30cm (1ft) of growth a year. privacy screening, living

Hicks Yew hedging, for a tall (up to evergreen privacy screen. Once established, a well cared for yew hedge may make up to of growth a year. Balled and burlapped better than container grown

gardeninglovers: “Fastigiate yews ”

Jinny Blom is famous for creating swoon-worthy gardens. But even though every single garden she designs is stunning, each is very, very different. She gives F&F readers a tour of two of the most breathtaking - Image copyright Andrew Lawson

Minimalist design by Adrian Bloom uses one shrub, Cornus alba Aurea, one conifer, Taxus baccata Robusta, one grass, Hakonechloa macra and one perennial, the everblack Ophiopogon planiscapus Nigrescens to create a scene of year round interest - Bressingham Gardens photos by Richard and Adrian Bloom -

10 Cheap but creative ideas for your garden 3

Winter: Uses one shrub - Cornus alba Aurea, one conifer - Taxus baccata Robusta, one grass - Hakonechloa macra and one perennial - the everblack Ophiopogon planiscapus Nigrescens to create a scene of year round interest

This design by Adrian Bloom uses one shrub (Cornus alba Aurea), one conifer (Taxus baccata Robusta), one grass (Hakonechloa macra) and one perennial (Ophiopogon planiscapus Nigrescens).

This design by Adrian Bloom uses one shrub (Cornus alba Aurea), one conifer (Taxus baccata Robusta), one grass (Hakonechloa macra) and one perennial (Ophiopogon planiscapus Nigrescens).

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