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Searching for a stand-alone YEW TREE

Searching for a stand-alone YEW TREE
Posted by: Susannah (IP Logged)
Date: July 23, 2014 09:50

I am looking for quite a specific tree in quite a specific location, I have been told by many experts now that the Yew Tree is usually found growing in woodland or churchyards. For the project I am currently working on, I need to find a stand-alone yew tree, on a flat or hilly landscape that is away from buildings, fences etc. and modernity.

I would like to find this particular location in the North West ideally but I can travel further if need be! Can anybody help me with my unusual but challenging request and point me in the direction of a tree like this?


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|  Searching for a stand-alone YEW TREE Susannah 23/07/2014 09:50

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