Podocarpus gracilior (fern pine)

Podocarpus gracilior - Fern pines develop a single upright trunk with a dense canopy that when properly trimmed, produces a rounded to an oval shape. It is also possible to trim it to grow into a formal hedge form, or into a large shrub. When allowed to grow in tree form it will eventually reach a height of up to 60 feet. Over time it will spread to a width of 25 to 35 feet, casting a dense shade. The trunk will grow to a size of two feet or more in diameter. When kept as a shrub or hedge, the fern pine is usually clipped, so it does not exceed a height of 20 feet. Young specimens have even been successfully trained as wall espaliers. Family: Podocarpaceae

Podocarpus gracilior (fern pine) 1

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