Mostly found on the west coast of the North American continent, Yew trees are a variety of species of coniferous trees belonging to the Taxus family. They are characterized by red barks, and green leaves that lay flat on either side of the stem. Yew species include the Western Yew, Pacific Yew, Yew Brush, and Mountain Mahogany.
Can You Identify These Trees by Their Leaves?
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