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  • noun Plural form of yew.

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Examples

  • The yew tribe has fewer genera or species; but the trees in America known as yews and hemlocks -- of which there are several varieties -- belong to it.

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  • The yew tribe has fewer genera or species; but the trees in America known as yews and hemlocks -- of which there are several varieties -- belong to it.

    The Young Voyageurs Boy Hunters in the North

  • Thus we have seen how, after recognising basaltic formations, the observers discovered flowers: they next see a lunar forest, whose 'trees were of one unvaried kind, and unlike any on earth except the largest kind of yews in the English churchyards.'

    Myths and Marvels of Astronomy

  • Formal hedges may be established from a wide range of evergreens and deciduous species, evergreen conifers such as yews often doubling up as a boundary and backdrop for herbaceous perennials.

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  • For conifers, such as yews, junipers and arborvitae, the advice isn't as straightforward.

    Times Record News Stories

  • Both needle evergreens, such as yews and arborvitae, and broadleaf evergreens, including rhododendron and boxwood, benefit from late-fall rains.

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  • Both needle evergreens, such as yews and arborvitae, and broadleaf evergreens, including rhododendron and boxwood, benefit from late-fall rains.

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  • Both needle evergreens, such as yews and arborvitae, and broadleaf evergreens, including rhododendron and boxwood, benefit from late-fall rains.

    News

  • Both needle evergreens, such as yews and arborvitae, and broadleaf evergreens, including rhododendron and boxwood, benefit from late-fall rains.

    News

  • Just look around and you'll see that many Boston, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., homeowners have overgrown landscapes - rhododendrons so old that they cover the windows and 30-year-old yews that have been sheared so often they now resemble green blimps.

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