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can you identify ??

comments (3) January 10th, 2013 in gallery
sade2 sade2, member
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i want to know the type of this plant cuz i need to know how to take care of it...it's getting dry even with watering :(



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friendlync1960 writes: Norfolk Island Pine. Tropical tree, requiring moderate temps and high light. Most people kill this plant by over watering. Keep evenly moist but not wet. Posted: 8:03 pm on January 21st
DancesinRain writes: Looks like a Norfolk Pine to me. An indoor plant in cold climates, it can grow on patio in warmer climes. Posted: 1:09 pm on January 10th
Linneaz writes: Norfolk Island Pine. Posted: 12:54 pm on January 10th
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