NORFOLK ISLAND PINE
Botanical Name: Aruacaria heterophylla
Endemic to Norfolk Island this attractive tree is commonly seen as a striking landscaping plant around the coast of Australia. Its symmetrical shape makes it very distinctive. Grows to 50m. The cones take 18 months to mature and will disintegrate when mature to release the nut-like edible seeds. Young trees are frost sensitive but make great indoor plants where they can be kept over winter.
Plant Information or Specifications
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Amount of leaves in Winter?
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Question & Answer
Hello I just thought I would let you know that my Norfolk pine tree arrived snapped in half I was rather disappointed and wonder if you have any more? I have photo proof if you'd like to see itRegards Karlee Raddon From: YEPPOON QLD
Thanks for telling me about this Karlee, Yes can you please send me a photo. We don't have any in stock right now unfortunately. I will do my best to look after you as I want you to be happy with your purchase from me. Take Care, Correy
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