For those celebrating Christmas, a cut tree can be a beautiful home accessory while serving as a decorating centerpiece for the holiday season. However, considering how short-lived a cut tree is, a more sustainable choice might be to buy a living tree. A living tree can either be used year after year, or can be planted in the yard to supply shade, wildlife habitat, and act as a living windbreak for decades to come.
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Christmas Tree Plant’s Care Instructions:
Light: Christmas Tree does not like direct sunlight, but tolerates a bit of morning and evening sun. Otherwise, a shaded site with enough space is very good. It should be quite bright, because the pine has only something against direct sunlight, it does not need shadow though. It is a problem when the room is heated all year.
Soil: The plant does not place great demands of the soil. Use light sour, loose soil. Soil should be fresh-humid to moderate dry, sandy-clayey, loose and well permeable.
Fertilizer: During the main growth phase you should spoil your Norfolk fir every 14 days with a liquid fertilizer.
Water: Do not over water Araucaria plants check the soil if it require then only water it otherwise don’t.