Podocarpus matudae

Hailing from Mexico southward into Central America one might not expect this to be particularly hardy, but it has shrugged of persistent cold down to -7c in Cornwall in 2010 without a scratch. There it makes a particularly striking and elegant evergreen small tree with long pendulous, leathery, evergreen foliage, broader than P. salignus. Try this in a sheltered site or treat as an excellent pot plant, overwintered with some cover. This should be suitable for any of our milder areas, including London, other inner cities, coastal zones etc.

Pot size: 2L
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