A dwarf evergreen shrub with noticeable reddish new growth atop the older steel blue needles changing to a bronzy-purple in late fall. Adds a wonderful texture to a border or rock garden. It is one of the hardiest of the Podocarpus and one of the best blue foliage forms we can grow in the Northwest. The low, spreading habit is useful in the garden and it can tolerate pruning well and it can even be sheared to create a spectacular low blue hedge. Once established it is drought tolerant. 12" x 12".