bonsai taxus baccata

This Taxus Baccata Bonsai is truly wonderful. I saw it on display at the Noelanders Trophy in 2015 and again …

Probably a key feature of the Yew is its peeling bark, making the tree look old, a quality highly … Most common species are the Baccata and the Cuspidata.

The two main species of yew commonly used for Bonsai are: TAXUS 'baccata' – “English Yew” – green leaves lighter in colour to its Japanese counterpart.

SPECIES USED FOR BONSAI. Detail of hollow Yew at Crowhurst, Surrey, UK. TAXUS BACCATA/ ENGLISH YEW Native to Europe, North Africa to Iran where …

There are over 100 cultivars of the European Yew, this cultivar grows slowly in a columnuar fashion. The seeds are borne in a fleshy red fruit and although they …

Taxus baccata is an evergreen conifer with linear leaves. It lives a long time but with a slow growth. Outside, in full sun all year.

In bonsai the most encountered are the European and the Japanese Taxus (Taxus baccata and Taxus cuspidata). Besides that, in gardens we …

There are over 100 cultivars of the European Yew, this cultivar grows slowly in a columnar fashion. The seeds are borne in a fleshy red fruit and although they …