Norfolk Pine Trees are often used around Christmas time as those cute little petite Christmas trees that you can buy around the holidays. But just because the holidays end doesn’t mean the Norfolk Pine is seasonally dated. When a Norfolk Pine is no longer needed as a holiday plant, they can be used as a statement piece houseplant.
☀ ☀ Light :
Thrives in bright indirect light.
Prefers moist soil. Allow soil to dry slightly before watering again. Try not to let the plant's soil dry out.
+ Plant Tip :
Norfolk Pines are tropical plants, which means they need lots of humidity. Paying attention to humidity is very important in the winter when the indoor humidity normally falls significantly. Keeping the humidity high around the tree will help it thrive. This can be done by either using a pebble tray with water, a humidifier in the room, or a through weekly misting of the tree’s leaves.