An unusual houseplant, Norfolk Island Pine is not a true pine, but has an upright, evergreen form. The soft, symmetrical needles curve slightly downwards, and grow from the container lid to the top of the plant. Norfolk Island Pines are typically grown as several plants in the same container. The green foliage goes well in sitting rooms or other locations with foot traffic because of their soft texture. Norfolk Island Pines are an excellent, low maintenance houseplant. These plants like bright, indirect light and like to dry out somewhat between watering. They can handle, and somewhat prefer, higher humidity areas like bathrooms or kitchens.
These plants are in 4" diameter containers, and about 10 to 16 inches tall with a spread of about 6 to 8 inches.