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Yew/Yews at Langley Park England

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Notes: 1999 Tim Hills: The most significant yew is this shapely fragmented yew surrounded by younger trees which have layered from it. Girth recorded below was from 1999.
Classification: ancient
Classification Codes: A-frs
Girth cm: 681
Height measured: at the ground
Girth ft ins: 22' 4''
Sex: female
Earliest mention: 1980
Source of earliest mention: Tree Register Data Base - Allen Meredith
Date of visit: 27/02/1999
Latest information: 2013 Peter Norton: The fragmented female has branch layered with six successful young trees of which the largest was 6' 11'' in girth. Two of these have layered for a second time, and since nobody has 'tidied up', the living link to the parent tree is quite visible. Girth incorporating both ground and root crown, was 23' 1''. Found at TQ0140882382.

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