If the foliage of your lovely Norfolk pine is turning brown or yellow, jump in and try to determine the cause. Although most browning e results from problems with cultural care, it may also indicate diseases or pests. Click here for information on yellow/brown Norfolk pines.
Norfolk pines (also frequently called Norfolk Island pines) are big beautiful trees native to the Pacific Islands. But how much water does a Norfolk pine need? Click this article to learn more about Norfolk Island pine water requirements.
In the wild, Norfolk Island pines are huge, towering specimens. They also perform very well in containers. But how much fertilizer does a Norfolk Island pine need to stay healthy? Click here to learn how to fertilize a Norfolk Island pine, both indoors and out.
You?re far more likely to see Norfolk Island pine in the living room than a Norfolk Island pine in the garden. Can a Norfolk Island pine grow outdoors? It can in the correct climate. Click here to learn about their cold tolerance and tips on caring for outdoor Norfolk Island pines.
The Norfolk Island pine thrives in warmer climates and can grow very tall, but when grown in containers it makes a nice, compact houseplant in any climate. Learn how to transplant your Norfolk so you can keep it happy and healthy in the following article.
Norfolk Island pines are graceful, ferny, evergreen trees. Their beautiful symmetrical growth habit make them popular indoor plants. Propagating Norfolk pines from seeds is definitely the way to go for creating more of these plants. Click here for more info.
If you want to keep the container tree or transplant it outdoors, you may want to know about pruning of Norfolk Island pine trees. Should you prune a Norfolk Island pine? Learn the ins and outs of Norfolk Island pine pruning in this article.