The symbolism of the Yew tree is rich and well documented. It is sometimes known as The Tree Of Life, and much of the meaning of the Yew tree surrounds ideas of life, death, and resurrection. The Yew is native to Great Britain and Ireland and can be found commonly across Western Europe. It is evergreen, meaning that it does not lose its needles during the winter. It is also very poisonous, with every part from needle to bark being toxic – except the flesh of the berry. This tree was central to the Celtic tradition in pre-Roman Britain. As
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