Taxus baccata - Venijnboom

Taxus baccata - Venijnboom

Hedge, Taxus baccata. venijnboom -veel gebruikte haagplant -makkelijk te scheren -GIFTIG - bloei maart/april -100-500 cm -winterhard -plantvak/haag solitair -zon/halfschaduw/schaduw

Hedge, Taxus baccata. venijnboom -veel gebruikte haagplant -makkelijk te scheren -GIFTIG - bloei maart/april -100-500 cm -winterhard -plantvak/haag solitair -zon/halfschaduw/schaduw

Taxushaag (Taxus baccata) haag

Taxushaag (Taxus baccata) haag

1960 Vintage Botanical Print Taxus baccata English by Craftissimo

1960 Vintage Botanical Print, Taxus baccata, English Yew, Lithograph Print, Botany Illustration, Conifer Tree, Home Wall Decor, Plant Print

Yew|Taxus baccata  Yew branches are laid upon the graves of the dead to remind us that death is a door.   Burning yew as an incense is still a traditional means for raising the dead. Yew’s name comes from Eihwaz, the rune for the World Tree, Yggdrasil. The herb associated with Yule,  it represents a cusp between life and death. connected to Saturn and Mercury especially in his capacity to travel between. used ritually for transformation, astral travel, necromancy, contacting ancestors

Yew|Taxus baccata Yew branches are laid upon the graves of the dead to remind us that death is a door. Burning yew as an incense is still a traditional means for raising the dead. Yew’s name comes from Eihwaz, the rune for the World Tree, Yggdrasil. The herb associated with Yule, it represents a cusp between life and death. connected to Saturn and Mercury especially in his capacity to travel between. used ritually for transformation, astral travel, necromancy, contacting ancestors

Kleine voortuin - Tiarella cordifolia, zuilbomen, Taxus baccata haag en grind

Kleine voortuin - Tiarella cordifolia, zuilbomen, Taxus baccata haag en grind

Taxus baccata - Roy's Tuintips

Taxus baccata - Roy's Tuintips

Taxus baccata (English yew) topiary cones come in a range of heights from 140-300 cm. Its relatively slow growth rate means that yew topiary only needs to be clipped once a year in late summer to maintain its shape.

Taxus baccata (English yew) topiary cones come in a range of heights from 140-300 cm. Its relatively slow growth rate means that yew topiary only needs to be clipped once a year in late summer to maintain its shape.

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