Araucaria heterophylla 10 Inch

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Norfolk Island Pine is a conifer but not a pine, it's just a pine look-alike with an upright main trunk and pyramidal form. Branches tend to be flat in a herringbone pattern with young growth more needle-like and the mature growth more scale-like. This is a slow grower, so works well as an indoor plant, especially if you're ultimately looking for a specimen-size tree.  

Common Name: Norfolk Island Pine
Mature Size: As a houseplant, up to 10 feet tall
Growth Rate: Slow
Optimum Temperature: 55 - 65° F
Characteristics: vergreen, pine-like juvenile needles, older needles more scale-like
Light: Well-lit room, no direct sun
Water: Water thoroughly when surface soil is dry
Structure: Upright conifer, herringbone-pattern branches
Bloom Color: N/A
Uses: Indoor specimen, container planter
Photos: Real images, not stock photos
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