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COOK'S GONDWANA PINE

COOK'S GONDWANA PINE

Araucaria columnaris
Member $19.95
Far more garden-worthy than the Norfolk Island Pine, which is best suited to coastal caravan parks. Diggers has chosen the Cook Island Pine for its bushier growth habit and narrow diameter; standing like a vertical sentinel, it takes up just 3 metres of horizontal space. Its dense foliage, conical shape and distinctive flaky bark set it apart from other forms of pines. Heronswood has a gigantic 120-year-old specimen that has a northern lean. For years we thought this was due to the slope of the site, but recent research has determined that all Cook’s Pines lean to the equator, and the further away from it, the greater the lean, so beware Tasmanian gardeners.
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PLANTS: WCOIP
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Growing Information

Heat Zone 1 - 13
Height To 30m
Position in Full Sun/Part Shade
Pot Size: Super Tube
Cold Zone 9b - 12
Width To 3m
Drought tolerant once established
Evergreen

Growing Tips

Open up your plant parcel as soon as it arrives. Place your plant in a light, airy position and give it some water.

COOK'S GONDWANA PINE

Araucaria columnaris
Member $19.95
Far more garden-worthy than the Norfolk Island Pine, which is best suited to coastal caravan parks. Diggers has chosen the Cook Island Pine for its bushier growth habit and narrow diameter; standing like a vertical sentinel, it takes up just 3 metres of horizontal space. Its dense foliage, conical shape and distinctive flaky bark set it apart from other forms of pines. Heronswood has a gigantic 120-year-old specimen that has a northern lean. For years we thought this was due to the slope of the site, but recent research has determined that all Cook’s Pines lean to the equator, and the further away from it, the greater the lean, so beware Tasmanian gardeners.
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PLANTS: WCOIP
Due to quarantine, cannot post to Overseas
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