Taxus baccata

Although the yew is within the group of coniferous trees, its fruit is a red fleshy aril, rather than a cone.

One of several Yew trees along the main drive, this one is the furthest from the car park, near to the three bollards which stop access to the park area.

Quite a sizeable Yew, this one is right by the car park entrance. It has a slightly yellow appearance as this photograph was taken in March when the tree was in ‘flower’. The flower-like structures are the male cones which shed pollen in early spring.

Rather a small, bushy Yew near to the car park by Grange Road – in between where the two paths separate, going alongside Avenue Road.