anyone have Podocarpus in their collection?
I was just at a conference & the hotel/convention center had several nice-looking trees (pruned short) that I was told by the Tree Lady were Podocarpus.
I'm guessing gracilior most likely? But possibly salignus or henkelli - anyone know the chances of that? The leaves were feathery, twice-compound (if I remember correctly!), NOT whorled around the stem - definitely a flat arrangement. I would call the bark "blond" & not smooth or even close to smooth.
The Tree Lady said they were probably about 40 yrs old - they were around when she began working in the 70's & had then what she considered to be largish trunks.
Anyone have any experience with these plants indoors? I thought they had a very nice look to them. Are they hard to come by? I've never noticed them for sale....