Close up of the needles of a Norfolk Island pine tree.

Norfolk Island Pine Trees

Are you looking for the perfect houseplant to bring a little of nature’s beauty into your home? Then look no further! Norfolk Island pine trees are a vibrant, unique houseplant that make beautiful accents in any room. Not only is this evergreen tree incredibly easy to care for, but its wide branches allow you to customize it with ornaments and lights during the holiday season – making it double as an eye-catching Christmas tree. Use our guides below to find everything you need to know about growing and caring for your own specimen. New to Norfolk Island pine trees? Start here.

11 Causes of Yellow or Brown Leaves on Norfolk Island Pines

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Norfolk Island pines are beautiful holiday houseplants. But once the celebrations are over, you may notice discolored needles on your plant, and you’ll need to identify the problem to restore your tree to its green glory. Learn about 11 causes of yellow or brown leaves on living Christmas trees in this guide.

To Repot or Not: Why, When, and How to Repot Norfolk Island Pine Trees

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Norfolk pines are beautiful, easy-care houseplants that can serve double duty as living Christmas trees. But after the holidays are over, you might wonder whether you need to repot this lovely conifer – or not. To learn when, how, and why to repot your Norfolk Island pine tree, keep reading. We share all the details.

How to Propagate Norfolk Island Pine

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Norfolk Island pine trees are in the spotlight during the Christmas holiday season, but they make easy-care houseplants all year long. And if you want more of these conifers, they aren’t hard to propagate either. There are a few different methods you can use to propagate these trees – keep reading to learn more.

Tips for Watering Norfolk Island Pine Trees

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Norfolk Island pines make festive houseplants, and they will brighten your home long after the holidays have passed. But it’s important to develop a good watering routine as soon as you bring your tree home. Learn about Norfolk Island pine water requirements and how to keep them healthy all year long. Read more now.

How to Grow Norfolk Island Pine, Your Living Christmas Tree

A close up horizontal image of Norfolk Island pine trees growing in pots at a plant nursery.

When you bring home a Norfolk Island pine for the holidays, this is one Christmas tree you won’t have to take out to the curb when the festivities have ended. These evergreen conifers make excellent houseplants – however, there are a few tricks to preventing them from outgrowing your home. Keep reading to learn more.