Take care of the Christmas tree for the holiday

There's no need to, but you can feed your Norfolk pine once or twice a year with any general houseplant food if you want to.

Also, don't put this plant right next to heat vents or windows that let in a lot of draft. That makes it very sad, so it will drop stems that won't grow back.

Norfolk pines are often sold as live Christmas trees during the holiday season. 

 These cute little trees are great as gifts or for small rooms in your house, apartment, or school. The best part?

Norfolk pines also like it when the humidity is high (more than 50 percent), which is hard to get in most homes during the winter. 

Put it in a room with other houseplants so that their transpiration (the process by which they release water vapor) can help each other, or put a humidifier nearby.

In case you didn't know, misting plants doesn't make the air more wet.

Norfolk pines are often sold as live Christmas trees during the holiday season. These cute little trees are great as gifts or for small rooms in your house, apartment, or school. 

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