Yew (Latin Taxus), or yew, is a genus of the Yew family, which includes 8 species of coniferous slow-growing shrubs and trees. One of the species grows in Europe and northern Africa, three in Asia, including the Far East, and four in North America. Today, plants of this genus, due to their unpretentiousness and high decorativeness, are widely used in landscape design and gardening, but in nature, yew is found less and less often.
How much the decorative qualities of a coniferous plant will open up directly depends on proper planting and care during the first years of its life. Even the purchase of seedlings is carried out according to certain rules.
9 tips for planting and growing conifers:
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In addition, you should take into account the peculiarities of growing each specific species. For example, attention is paid constantly to dwarf forms, and tall trees, after final rooting, do not require special care, except for sanitary pruning. More time is allocated to caring for the topiary, as their shape should be controlled by systematically cutting.
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