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Norwegian Pine

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  1. Shaktilrajas says:
    Also known as star pine (though it's not a true pine at all), Norfolk Island pine's native habitat is the full South Pacific sun and sandy island soil of the small island near New Caledonia. But this versatile tree adapts easily to all soil types and highly acidic to slightly alkaline soil pH, as .
  2. Dadal says:
    The Dwarf Norway Spruce, Picea abies 'Pumila', is a compact, broad, globe-shaped, mounding evergreen with medium to dark green foliage on branches that are pointed upward. This creates an attractive, broad-shaped globe!
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  5. Durisar says:
    Jan 04,  · Give your pine bright-indirect light, like an east window, but out of direct sunlight. Water just enough to keep the soil moist, but not soaking wet. Do not fertilize your pine. When the weather gets in to the 60 degree days take your plant out during the day, but bring it back in at night. When all danger of frost is gone let it stay out at night.
  6. Shamuro says:
    Mar 21,  · The Norfolk Island pine is a type of coniferous tree that's native to Norfolk Island, which is located between Australia and New Zealand in the Pacific Ocean. Although it's not a true pine tree, the Norfolk Island pine does look like one, and is often used as a Christmas tree. In the wild, these trees can grow to feet (61 m).Views: K.
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  9. Zulkizragore says:
    May 04,  · The Norway pine (Pinus resinosa), also known as the red pine, is an evergreen tree that grows throughout temperate zones of the world, especially the Northern United States and Canada. It is designated as the state tree of Minnesota, and despite its name, it did not originate in Norway. This pine species is long-lived, with some trees growing to years old.

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