Norfolk Island Pine 4" 6" 10" 14"

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Norfolk Island Pine 4" 6" 10" 14"

The sizes listed above is the diameter of the Growers Pot the Norfolk Island Pine grows up in, from the time it was an itsy bitsy seedling

For example, the 10" is approximately 3ft - 3.5ft high, the 14" is approximately 7ft - 7.5" high

Soft needles, distinctive flat branches and naturally symmetrical shape make Norfolk Island pines a popular and attractive choice for indoor Christmas trees!

The small and medium size varieties are often used as accent trees during the holidays

When January arrives and the ornaments are packed away, Norfolk Island pines are beautiful indoor trees that are easy to maintain

Norfolk Island pine trees need moisture and require consistent watering

Water them thoroughly each week during the growing season to keep the soil slightly moist

Don't allow them to dry out, particularly during the summer

During the inactive winter months, let the soil dry out completely and then water lightly

Never let the tree sit in water. Over watering causes root rot. The needles turn yellow or brown and fall off easily

If the tree is too dry, the lower branches turn brown and die, and the needles drop off. Once that occurs, growth stops

Place Norfolk Island pines in bright, filtered sunshine indoors to receive indirect natural light

Keep them out of direct, full sun. While they can survive solely with incandescent or fluorescent light, they won't thrive

Turn the plant regularly to keep it symmetrical, ¼ turn at any given time so as not to shock it

Even with the sunshine requirements, Norfolk Island pines grow best in day time temperatures of about 65 degrees F

They like slightly cooler temperatures at night

Avoid sudden changes in room temperature, temperature extremes and chilly drafts

As Norfolk Island pines grow upward, the trunk thickens and the branches increase in size

Cutting off the growing tips destroys its naturally symmetrical shape

The only pruning that's suggested is cutting back any brown tips and dead branches

Remember, all growth stops at the point of pruning!

Mealy bugs can harm the pine, so spray it with an insecticide as directed for a few weeks

Control scale infestations by applying rubbing alcohol or horticultural oil onto affected areas

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