This is my Wollemi pine, showing detail of foliage and profile. It has done really well and went through the 2010/11 winter having just been planted, then flattened in all that snow, but thankfully sprung back once I found it and released it. Interestly, it is not the most ancient tree I have, I also have a Ginkgo, obviously a relic species, but less obviously I also have a Sciadopitys, an Umbrella pine from Japa, not uncommon I know, but this lovely little tree is also a relic species from the Triassic, or even earlier. Like the Ginkgo it has outlived its pests and diseases, they are long extinct, and when the Wollemi and Monkey puzzles were just starting up in the jurassic, the Sciadopitaceae were already in decline. Now this is one living fossil!!