Norfolk Island Pine
A charming living Christmas tree you can grow all year long, Norfolk Island pine is a slow-growing houseplant that offers shiny, dark green needles and an attractive, architectural branching pattern.
Grow Norfolk Island pine in a medium to bright spot in your home. The less less light it gets, the slower it will grow. But avoid low-light situations; if it doesn't get enough light (natural or artificial), your Norfolk Island pine will be weak, spindly, and unattractive. Water it enough to keep the soil moist, but not wet. The roots will rot if they stand in water.
There's also a glow-in-the-dark version of Norfolk Island pine called Glowee. Glowee pines have been given a special coating does not hurt the plant in any way, and glows in the dark when exposed to light.
Note: Norfolk Island pine is poisonous if ingested.
Medium to High Light
Above 45°F (7°C)
Keep soil moist, but do not let your Norfolk Island Pine stand in water or let it completely dry.
To 15 feet tall and 3 feet wide
Windows, bright dining and living areas
Norfolk Island Pines require minimal care, and because it grows slowly will remain small and attractive for many years indoors