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Offer this plant bright indirect light. We recommend a south facing window. Less light will cause for slow weaker new growth. It can handle direct morning sunlight but too much direct sunlight could burn the foliage.
Allow the top two inches of soil to dry between waterings. If not watered often enough it will show brown tips. If watered too often it will show yellowing pines that will eventually drop.
The Norfolk Pine is an easy to grow plant. It is native to the tropics and enjoys higher humidity. We recommend fertilizing this plant at least monthly with a common houseplant fertilizer. It should only be repotted when it is root bound. It can be pruned to keep uniform growth and looking tidy. Rotate the plant often so it receives equal light throughout. It can be treated with neem oil and/or insecticidal soap monthly to keep the pest away.
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