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Growing Norfolk Island Pine

1. Plant a young Norfolk Island pine tree in a container at least 12 inches in diameter, using a good quality standard potting mix. 2. Place the potted tree on a plant saucer in an
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Ideally, it likes a bit more humidity than what is normally in a house. Frequent misting should cure that for you though. When the top layer of soil is dry, it is time to water it
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n. An evergreen tree (Araucaria heterophylla) with incurved, decurrent needles, native to Norfolk Island in the South Pacific and widely grown as an indoor plant.
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An easy to understand guide to growing and caring for a Norfolk Island Pine in your garden or as a house plant, with light and watering requirements, growing ...
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A Norfolk Island Pine with soft spreading branches Carefully select the pot to hold the tree and its location. Norfolk Island pines grow well in a mixture of equal ...
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Tips on how to grow Norfolk Island pine trees indoors, including advice on light levels, watering, and keeping your plant from falling over.
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