Taxus baccata

Taxus baccata

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Caption: Taxus baccata. The Selborne Yew (1965). The trunk of this famous tree was some 26 feet in girth when it fell in the great storm of 1991. It was dated to at least the 12th century though archaeological excavations from underneath the root system.

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