How to prune a neglected yew?


1. Cut back 1/3 of the oldest wood from the yew. Use a heading cut by pruning 1/4 inch above the bud on each branch at an outward and downward angle. This encourages healthy new growth. 2. Remove 1/2 of the remaining old growth stems the second year
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