Posted by Sarah on September 11th 2017 in
Not just for the holidays! The Norfolk Island Pine makes a wonderful houseplant year-round.
Easy to care for and lovely to look at with a lacy, delicate appearance, the Norfolk Island Pine is not really a pine at all, but a tropical plant more like a gardenia or an orchid. It can tolerate different light conditions, but will grow more slowly in low light. Being tropical, the Norfolk Island Pine likes humidity and dislikes drafts. Place it in a pebble tray with water or mist weekly to keep it happy and healthy.
Can you adorn these beauties with bows and bulbs come December? Sure, but don’t overlook them the other 11 months of the year!