Fern Pine but it grows in zones 8-10
actually a fern or a pine; the name comes from the lacy leaves that are so slim, they look like needles.
fern pine - good patio plant
Best-Behaved Trees to Grace a Patio - Fern Pine
fern pine, not a fern nor pine (podocarpus gracilior), prune to any shape, zones 8 to 10, full sun, delicate, weepy graceful deep green, very easy to grow, moderate water
Fern Pine (Podocarpus gracilior) Here’s a plant so malleable, so Gumby like that you can shape it into all sorts of things: a shrub, a hedge, an espalier, a small tree. As a patio tree, trained with a single trunk and a roundish top, it’s delicate, weepy, graceful, deep green and very easy to grow.
actually a fern or a pine; the name comes from the lacy leaves that are so slim, they look like needles. USDA zones: 8 to 10Water requirement: ModerateLight requirement: Full sun to partial shade or almost full shadeMature size: 20 to 30 feet tall and 10 to 15 feet wide when trained as a treeGrowing tip: