Norfolk Island Pine is an indoor plant that does best in ample light and humidity. In low light, the lower branches may turn brown and fall off. If the air is too dry, it becomes a prime target for spider mites. In its native habitat, Norfolk Island pine can reach 200 feet tall, but don't worry -- indoors, it seldom grows taller than 10 feet.
Why We Love It: This tree's soft texture adds a cozy feeling to any room.
Name: Araucaria heterophylla
Growing Conditions: Bright light; 60-75 degrees F.; allow the soil surface to dry between waterings