norfolk island pine

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evergreen of Australia and Norfolk Island in the South Pacific

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Araucarias--trees like the Norfolk Island pine, monkeypuzzle, and bunya-bunya--dominated the world's forests in the age of the dinosaurs.
Only about a dozen species of Arau-caria still survive, the two South American species already mentioned, and a few more that hang on in a few scattered patches in Australia and the islands of Oceania, such as the Norfolk Island pine (Araucaria heterophylla [=A.
For a replica of a Queen Liliuokalani rocker or a koawood model of a Hawaiian canoe, try Martin & MacArthur (Aloha Tower Marketplace; 524-6066), Nohea Gallery (Ward Warehouse; 596-0074) specializes in contemporary arts and crafts like glass-thin bowls carved from Norfolk Island pine.
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In response to a recent column on the Norfolk Island pine, Anne Zedalis of Burbank e-mailed: ``Five years ago I bought this tiny Norfolk Island pine for the holidays.
The only Norfolk pine I can find anything about is the Norfolk Island pine, but the way it's described doesn't sound like it would do well in the San Fernando Valley.
This tendency to lean can be a major problem with the Norfolk Island pine.
Bunya-bunya (Araucaria bidwillii) is less formal than its relative the Norfolk Island pine (A.
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