"My Belle de Boskoop apple tree arrived safe and well and I am delighted with it. It was very well protected for its journey and is now planted in the ground."
- Liz Heydon
Though regarded as an invalid name by RHS it is never the less a rather beautiful form of golden variegated yew
A lovely striking golden yellow form.
The Irish Yew Forms a tight narrow column of very dark green foliage with very good variation in the shades of green. A female clone found originally on the moors in County Fermanagh in 1780.
The Golden Irish Yew is an upright, columnar male clone, which has dark green leaves with a strong yellow margin - a very effective combination.
Very similar to the well known upright 'Irish Yew' but more upright in habit and in my opinion a bit stronger growing
Taken from a large individual tree, part of the Great Glemham House Estate Suffolk
An interesting and attractive form of Yew
Makes a medium sized upright bush of slow growth. New foliage golden turning as summer passes to a red gold.
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