Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Types of Yew Flowers

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Yew tree, Taxus baccata tree is an ancient and mysterious, can be found throughout the Northern Hemisphere species. Greeks, Romans, Celts, and North American Indians, all of these amazing, made significant trees, and in the use of tools, weapons and household items, production and use it in religious ceremonies. No wonder the tree has been accompanied to and regeneration, eternal life, eternity and rebirth for thousands of years, and has been held sacred and respected human miracle.
Because of its unusual longevity and ability to grow new roots from the original tree, it is estimated that some English Eustace four years old. Eustace in the UK is one of the oldest in the Perth Fortingall, is considered to be years from 3000-5 anything. Others in the cemetery in Conway and Discoed Llangernyw Powys growth in Lancaster though yew, Taxus in Wiltshire County in Linton with Fuk Yiu, for all the age of about four thousand years of ancient battle together!
The Crowhurst yew is said as many as four thousand years of history. Tree is its age, because it has become as famous wooden side of the tree built. No one knows exactly when this happens, in addition to the time after 1820, which is the date of the villagers emptied the trunk.
Hollowed out tree in the process, they found a shell, it has become in the tree, in the English Civil War. The farm is directly opposite the church the status of a firm royalist, it may be a target for the Cromwell's army!

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From the fossil has been found of them from the Paleotaxus rediviva all 10 Yao Triassic age, so that they more than a billion years old. Yao also found from the Jurassic age of the fossils show yew overcome the dramatic climatic and environmental changes on Earth, and try to find a way to survive and develop. Yew tree, the ice age, a greater amount than it is now and as the ice north of Europe has been a continuous decline in the vast forests subside.
Many ancient yews found in the cemetery, but there is a great opportunity, where they built a church and cemetery before the church once in a Eustace circle, which is probably a standing heritage . In the past, they are also used as landmarks, because of their size and longevity of their leaves so that they stand in the dark landscape.
In St. Mary's Church in Painswick Gloucestershire many Eustace also found in the spring. There should be only to Hong, but in fact exist, but the local folklore of the country, should one percent growth of the devil will pull it out! There in Bradford on Avon and Amesbury in Wiltshire have been 14 in the territory of eighteen Eustace Eustace. Are grown in the spring. This is likely to be in Eustace, with the sign and protection of these powerful attractions planting intentions.
Yew Wood has been used to make tools, weapons and the realization of home use, such as bowls, spoons, and handling the wheel, but it is also the perfect use of the sacred wood carving.

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Preserved yew wood carving in the ancient springs and wells have found a possible site of religious services. Taxus is the ideal material for this purpose because it has been amazing with the Goddess and God related.
Taxus plantations path from ancient druids and roads of the Holy Land, the Peak, the ridge of the way and the cemetery, in general. Tribal leaders were buried under the yew tree in the faith, their wisdom and knowledge, together with yew tree demon, so the tribe can still access to the generations to come.
Well-known from the Middle Ages were also made yew longbow. Arrows were tipped with poison from the tree. The yew is poisonous animals and humans - wood, bark, needles and seeds, except seeds of fleshy parts. Many birds eat the flesh around the seed, or even swallow the seed, probably most of the British yew seedlings from seed, has to pass through the digestive system. This feature seems to motivate them to take two years from the otherwise dormant seeds to germinate.
The drug was first extracted from the bark of Taxus paclitaxel in 1962, after which revolutionized the treatment of several forms of cancer. While this is the environmental impact of Yew Chung, it has been shown between the success of the treatment - ovarian cancer, lung cancer and breast cancer.

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As evergreen shrubs or trees, the yew played for centuries an important part of horticulture. Taxus has increased flexibility makes it ideal for compact and precise form of topiary can be achieved. They are a very good clip and shrubs have been used in the fence and maze. They are easy to reproduce from seeds, cuttings or transplants, and will tolerate the range of soil and climatic conditions. It is usually seen as a hedge shrubs grow slowly, but within five years, up by about two meters, only slower than last year, the infamous Leyland cypress.
There are several beautiful varieties of cultivated Taxus today, Irish whip Taxus baccata Yao, and its dark green leaves significant, and very nice upright growth, yellow berries, yew Taxus is the most ornamental of stator fructose flava.
Therefore, there are many records of these ancient trees all around the UK now, blindly by the Parliament and others fear the ignorance of these incredible trees removed, but in recent years the upsurge of Taxus emerged, there are several books and the remaining trees can be used as guides in the UK and a large yew tree planting program began in 1996, led by David Bellamy, and encourage the church and the village yew trees replanted.
Make time to visit some of these magnificent trees and awe on their absolute age and endurance. Bath has many ancient yew trees, its value is to find them.
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