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Araucaria hetrophylla (Norfolk Pine)

The average plant height is 140 cm
The average plant height is 180 cm

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Suited to regions: All regions
Plant type: Conifers
Height: 25.00 m
Spread: 10.00 m
Flowering time:
Tolerances: Coastal, Extended dry periods, Hardy, Wind
Garden uses: Avenues, Parks, Screening, Specimen
Garden styles: Architectural, Coastal, Modern
Easy to grow? Yes
Maintenance requirements Low
Growth rate Medium

How to grow Araucaria hetrophylla (Norfolk Pine)

Commonly known as the Norfolk Pine, this is a large, evergreen tree that grows with a distinctive, pyramidal shape. The fresh green leaves are narrow, sharply pointed, and held densely. It grows with an upright and somewhat broad habit to about 25 m tall and 10 m wide, performing best when planted in full sun on a well-drained site. It is tolerant of cool climates, frost, dry periods, and coastal conditions. The Norfolk Pine is a great tree for shelter or screening, avenue planting, or growing as a specimen in a large garden. Young trees are often grown indoors as a potted plant.


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