St. Andrew's tree is a yew tree that can be found in a big green churchyard. The tree is near the church. Surrounded by grave stones. The tree is also surrounded by long green grass.
The type of soil that St. Andrew's tree uses is a dark brownish kind of soil, which is buried under the tree. The dark brownish soil helps the tree grow because it has a lot of minerals.
The predators of this poor tree are humans. We try to destroy the tree. We can use a chainsaw to destroy it. However the people could also love it, and protect the yew tree. Some other predators can be bugs such as ladybugs, caterpillars . and ants.
The St. Andrews tree has lived for a long, long time. It has been here for 2,000 years. luckily predators have not destroyed it just yet.
The type of baby that St. Andrew tree has is a yummy looking red fruit. Inside the fruit there are seeds these seeds will grow more yew trees
The most important thing about this tree is. The tree is healthy. This tree is also very important to the owners of this churchyard. The church can be found in Totteridge.