Wonderful Norfolk Pine Houseplants
Norfolk pine is an evergreen conifer that makes wonderful houseplants. Norfolk pine houseplants have soft, dark green needles and a pyramidal shape of drooping, whorled branches. They are best used as specimen plants with space around them to show off their beauty. To care Norfolk pine houseplants, provide the proper temperature range. Norfolk pines do fine in typical indoor daytime temperatures between 68 and 72 degrees Fahrenheit. They perform best with nighttime temperatures around 50 to 55 degrees Fahrenheit. Place the houseplant where it can receive at least a few hours of direct sunlight daily and plenty of indirect light throughout the day. Turn the plant a quarter rotation every week to provide even light distribution. Water your Norfolk pine houseplants only when the top 1 inch of soil dries. Pour water into the soil until it drains out the bottom. Allow the soil to drain for at least 15 minutes and dump the extra water. Norfolk Island pines do best in well-drained soil.
Apply a water-soluble fertilizer every four months while the tree grows. Any fertilizer suited for indoor foliage plants works fine, or choose a balanced fertilizer such as 10-10-10. Cease fertilizing during the winter months. Transplant the Norfolk pine houseplants to larger planters every four years or when it grows out of its current containers. Use a standard, sterile houseplant potting mixture.
Norfolk Pine Houseplant With Large Pot
With good care your Norfolk Island pine will live for 20-30 years or longer. Each year it will become more beautiful. For bringing the feel of nature indoors you can’t beat a beautiful Norfolk Island pine.
House Interior Decorated With Norfolk Pine Houseplant
The Norfolk Island pine, (Araucaria heterophylla) however, is a houseplant, despite its name. It will continue to grow well indoors long after the holidays if it’s given the correct care.
Norfolk Pine Houseplant With Small Pot
Water your Norfolk Island pine when the top of the soil feels dry to the touch. Fertilize your Norfolk pine in the spring and summer with a water soluble balanced fertilizer, but you do not need to fertilize in the fall or winter.
Norfolk Pine Houseplant With Plastic Pot
Native to the Norfolk Islands, Norfolk pine is an evergreen coniferous tree that has needle-like green foliage and symmetrical, cone-shaped growing habit.
Living Room With Norfolk Pine Houseplant Featured Large Pot
As a houseplant, the Norfolk pine can live happily in a home for many years.
Home Office With Norfolk Pine Houseplant
In its native habitat, Norfolk Island pine can grow up to 200 ft (60 m) tall. As a house plant, you can expect it to reach about 3-6 ft (90 cm - 1.8 m).
Interior Corner With Norfolk Pine Houseplant
Growing a Norfolk Island pine as a houseplant starts with realizing a few important things about Norfolk pines.
Norfolk Pine Houseplant With Terracotta Pot
To understand how to care for these plants, remember their native environment, where they enjoy moderate temperatures, moist air and bright light.
Norfolk Pine Houseplant With Red Pot
The Norfolk Island pine tree is native to the Norfolk Island, which is located in the Pacific Ocean between Australia, New Zealand, and New Caledonia.Label: norfolk pine indoor, norfolk pine plants, norfolk pine indoor plant, norfolk pine houseplant, norfolk pine planting indoors, .