Yew Shrub Care: Tips For Growing Yews

In this article I will share with you some tips for growing yews. First of all, it’s best to grow yews in a location where they won’t get too much sun or wind. If possible, choose a shady spot where there are no other plants around. You may want to consider planting them near a wall so that they don’t have to move too often.

The most important thing is to make sure that your yews don’t become overgrown. That means keeping them away from tall grasses and weeds. You can use a weed eater to keep the area tidy. Another option would be to dig out the areas where you want your yews to grow and plant new ones there instead. This way you’ll avoid having the same kind of weeds growing in different places, which could affect their growth rate and appearance.

You should also try to provide plenty of water. Watering yews regularly helps prevent mold and fungus infections. Make sure that the soil is well drained before watering yews. Also, make sure that your soil doesn’t contain any heavy clay content, because this can cause problems for your yews’ health.

If you’re planning on planting your yews in pots, then you need to remember that they need at least six inches between each one. This is so that they have enough room to grow without bumping into one another. If you don’t provide adequate space, then the yews may become deformed or even die in some instances.

Now that you are familiar with proper yew shrub care, you can begin to grow yews in your own yard. They are beautiful plants that can brighten up any home and also provide privacy screen. Take your pick from the different types of plants and enjoy their beauty. Be sure to take good care of them so that your shrubs grow up healthy and strong.

These are just some of the essentials you should keep in mind when caring for yews. It’s important to choose the right ones for your yard and home, because different kinds of trees and shrubs can have a big impact on your surroundings. After you take the time to get it right, you’ll enjoy your yard and house a lot more. You’ll also be ready to start planting other types of plants as well.

Thanks for reading!

2018© Yew Shrub Care: Tips For Growing Yews

Sources & references used in this article:

Structural diversity of English yew (Taxus baccata L.) populations by H Ruprecht, A Dhar, B Aigner, G Oitzinger… – European Journal of …, 2010 – Springer

The Ancient Yew: a history of Taxus baccata by R Bevan-Jones – 2016 – books.google.com

Cancer of illegal trade threatens the anti-cancer yews. by JS Rawat, N Gibji, D Oyi, N Leki, L Tasso – Science and Culture, 2011 – cabdirect.org

Taxus cuspidata cv.Monloo by R LeBoutillier – US Patent App. 08/710,932, 1998 – Google Patents

Yew (Taxus baccata L.) regeneration is facilitated by fleshy-fruited shrubs in Mediterranean environments by D Garcı́a, R Zamora, JA Hódar, JM Gómez… – Biological …, 2000 – Elsevier

Production of the anticancer drug taxol in Taxus baccata suspension cultures: a review by S Malik, RM Cusidó, MH Mirjalili, E Moyano… – Process …, 2011 – Elsevier

Some notes on yews in Germany by H RößNER – III Jornadas Internacionales sobre el Tejo (Taxus … – academia.edu

Taxus weevil threatens yews and rhododendrons. by GR Runge Jr – American Nurseryman, 1960 – cabdirect.org

Some Notes on Yews in Germany by H RöβNER, F WENDT – YEW WORKSHOP 2015 YEW 2015 DUZCE … – academia.edu

Categories:

Tags:

Comments are closed