How to Propagate Norfolk Island Pine?


Norfolk Island Pine can be propagated through a variety of different ways. For example, you could take a clipping from the tree and plant that. You can do this in order to clone the tree.
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The Norfolk Island pine is also known as the Norfolk pine. The coniferous tree is native to the Norfolk Island. Before you begin the transfer process you will want to make sure the tree is acclimated to weather in its new location. The soil you use must have good drainage and you should follow the transporting steps carefully. You will want to dig hole in the new location that is at least 2 inches wider than the current pot the plant is in. The hole should not be deeper than the root ball of the tree. Insert the tree and fill the hole making sure you do not leave any air pockets.
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n. An evergreen tree (Araucaria heterophylla) with incurved, decurrent needles, native to Norfolk Island in the South Pacific and widely grown as an indoor plant.
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