Pine trees are relatively hardy and require very little care or fertilization. However, they can benefit from a complete fertilizer containing nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium. More »

A pot that is well-drained and filled with loamy soil is best for a miniature pine tree. The plant should be watered on a minimal basis and placed in a location that gets at least six hours of sunlight. The plant must be... More »

Successful propagation of Norfolk Island Pine involves several factors, such as proper sunlight, fertilizer and optimal growing conditions. These pines, like most conifers, are relatively hardy species. However, they nee... More »

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Pine trees grow primarily in the Northern Hemisphere. Several species of pine have been artificially introduced to select temperate and subtropical regions in the Southern Hemisphere. More »

Pine trees can be grown by germinating the seeds in a plastic bag, germinating the seeds between paper towels, or sowing the seeds directly in the garden. The seeds should typically germinate in a cool location for up to... More »

Pine trees are found in such places as Europe, Africa, Asia, the United States and Canada. Pines are mostly native to the Northern Hemisphere. There are 115 types of pine trees found all over the world. More »

The fertilizer needs of fruit trees will vary depending on the type of tree and soil conditions, but all fruit trees require large amounts of nitrogen to grow well and produce fruit. Therefore, fertilizers high in nitrog... More »

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