Norfolk Island Pine is not even a pine at all, but rather part of a more ancient lineage of cone-bearing trees in the family, Araucariaceae. Although most cone-bearing trees like pines are better adapted for cold conditions, Araucaria heterophylla is actually a tropical plant. Norfolks have been on the earth for millions of years before pines even evolved. Its quirky yet symmetrical shape has made it a fun, alternative option to the usual holiday tree.
Sunlight: Partial to Full Sun
Water: Water every 1-2 weeks, allowing soil to dry out between waterings.
Fertilizer: Recommends slow release nitricote or lactobacilius Aquis fertilizer
Plant Size: Approx. 35cm (Height Varies)
Rootball size: 11cmø x 12cmh
Pot: Comes in a Brown, natural-looking, coconut look-alike ceramic pot with drainage hole