Scotland’s Yew Trees

Published on
February 28, 2020

Synopsis:

A man searches for Yew trees in the Scottish Borders at the site of a 6th century abbey Old Melrose. None of these Yews have been recorded before.

Written by
Mark Nicol

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Scotland’s Yew Trees

I go in search of yew trees in the Scottish Borders at the site of a 6th century abbey Old Melrose.

None of these Yews have been recorded before!

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