East Lothian, United Kingdom
This is a picture of probably an over tall and over slender Yew. We have not done anything about cutting it back because for a while it had a tropaeolum speciosum growing through it and the berries were very popular with a variety of birds (including wax wings) during the hard winter. The snow did not break any of the branches but it did make one or two of them very floopy and now the damage has been exacerbated by the winds we have had. You can't see on the photo but we have tied up the floppy branches with string. what should we do with it?
- 3 Apr, 2011