[ wˈa͡ɪtbˈɛɹi jˈuː], [ wˈaɪtbˈɛɹi jˈuː], [ w_ˈaɪ_t_b_ˈɛ_ɹ_i j_ˈuː]
How to use "White-berry yew" in context?
The white-berry yew (Taxus baccata) is a widely distributed and common tree in the yew family Taxaceae. It is native to the temperate northern hemisphere, but can be found in other parts of the world as an introduced species. The yew is a deciduous tree, growing to 10-20 m tall and with a trunk up to 2 m in diameter. The leaves are quite large, 25 - 50 cm in diameter, and are lobed or toothed. The bark is a dark brown or black, with irregular fissures.
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