Norfolk Island Pines care

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Norfolk Island Pines (also known as Norfolk pine, Australian pine) is a beautiful evergreens that also make great houseplants. They are capable of growing both indoors and outdoors. It does not flower and bears exposed seeds. Norfolk Island Pines is often grown as a living Christmas tree, frequently decorated with ribbons or ornaments.

Plant care

☀️ The Norfolk Island Pine is a pine-like tree with a delicate appearance, it is popular during the holidays but makes a beautiful plant to have all year round. This plant prefers bright indirect to direct sunlight, if placed in medium light area it will survive but won’t be as lush.

💧 It is important to water your pine when 25% of the soil in the pot is dry, water until liquid flows through drainage holes and discard any water that accumulates in saucer. When the plant needs water the tips of the branches will become brown and crispy. During winter months the Norfolk will thrive with some added humidity you may use a pebble tray or place a humidifier nearby.

🌡 This plant does best in average room temperature between 65-85 degrees Fahrenheit.

✨ This plant only needs to be fed once a month during Spring and Summer with a general- purpose fertilizer diluted to half-strength.

☠️ This plant is toxic if ingested but both humans and pets alike.

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