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Yew from the historic Antrim Castle Gardens.

Traditionally planted in close proximity to gaveyards, churches and grand buildings- to deter the grounds from being disturbed as wildlife learnt to avoid the area.

It is also associated as a symbol of longevity, due to its natural long life span, and of rebirth and regeneration as drooping branches can root and form new trees.

Antrim Live edge Yew Bowl

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