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Norfolk Island Pine, also known as 'The Little Holiday tree' is not actually a pine tree but a slow-growing, tropical plant native to Norfolk Island near Australia. They have a pretty cool part of history attached to it. Belonging to the Araucariaceae family, Norfolk Island Pine had been widely distributed throughout the world during the age of dinosaurs. With the Cretaceous–Paleogene extinction event, along with the dinosaurs, the Araucariaceae family also went extinct in the Northern Hemisphere, but the plants continued to thrive in the Southern Hemisphere.
Norfolk Island Pine - Araucaria heterophylla is very popular as a sustainable Christmas tree and works great in sitting rooms or other spaces as a low maintenance indoor tree that can be used as a small version of a Christmas tree for a dorm room or small space. This gorgeous evergreen tree - the Norfolk Island Pine bring an outdoor woodsy feel to your indoor space. Can be decorated too!
Being a tropical plant, we recommend during the winter months keep them away from cold drafts as well as heating units. Space out your watering sessions when the topsoil layer gets dry. They love added humidity so mist them with water every day.
Available in the following packaging based on your preference:
If your plant needs added humidity our Plant Mister would make a perfect addition to your plant shelf for both function and beauty.
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Our plants are shipped from our indoor greenhouse in South Florida. Please note all our plants are one of a kind and if you want to message us we can send you a picture of the exact one you will receive. The product image here is intended to be the best representation of what you can expect to receive but yours may have slightly less or more growth depending on the crop we have when your order is placed. Any lifestyle pictures are meant to demonstrate how a fully grown or more mature plant looks for you to get a sense of it in your space.