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.

Pot size: 2L



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