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Podocarpus henkelii (Henkel's yellowwood conifer)

Podocarpus henkelii - An attractive ornamental tree reaching 20 to 30 m in height. It can easily be distinguished from its close relatives by its long, slender, drooping leaves. In time, its trunk can grow to massive proportions, reaching over 1m in diameter, becoming fluted and spirally twisted with age. It is an evergreen tree with a dark grey to pale grey-brown, longitudinally fissured bark. It has grey and ridged branchlets and the young shoots are pale green and angular. The leaves are simple, short stalked, lanceolate-oblong, 9-12cm long, sharp pointed, with entire and slightly revolute (rolled under) margins. They are bright green to bluish green and glossy above, dull green with a prominent midrib below. The young leaves are pale green and soft. Family: Podocarpaceae

Podocarpus henkelii (Henkel's yellowwood conifer) 1

Author : Karl Gercens
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Categories : Podocarpaceae - Family - Horizontal - Landscape - Photos subjects - Conifers - Trees - Plant Family -

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