Add some holiday cheer to your home with a Norfolk Island Pine! These prehistoric trees provide the look of a pine tree, but with proper care can live for years in your home!
Give indoor Norfolks bright natural light — as much as your home allows. This encourages strong, healthy, horizontal branches with the graceful symmetry for which Norfolks are known. Normal indoor home temperatures are fine for this plant, but avoid placing them in drafty areas or near heating or cooling ducts. Whenever you move the plant, do so gradually. Let it acclimate to the new spot or it may drop its lowest branches. Dropped branches won’t grow back. Adaptable Norfolk pines aren’t particular about soil pH, as long as they get good drainage. Their slow-growing root systems don’t require repotting until roots peek through the container’s bottom.