Branches Curling on Norfolk Pine

I have a Norfolk Pine that we bought in spring. It sits in a south window on a table. The pot has drainage. We keep it moist, but not saturated. Lately the branches are starting to curl up and it looks like it has stopped drinking water and does not look heathy. We planted it in a light peat soil. Can this be why? How do I bring it back to being healthy?


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November 4, 20170 found this helpful

Norfolk Pine:

  1. This seems to be a problem with the size of your pot.
  2. You'll need to re-pot the plant in a larger diameter pot and use new soil.
  3. Your nutrient levels are off in the soil.
  4. This could be caused by salt being too high because of fertilizer residual or evaporation.
  5. Your soil could be in desperate need of nutrients because of constant water leaching.
  6. Repot the plant in a larger pot, buy the right fertilizer for this type of plant, and use new soil.
  7. This should help bring your pine back to life.
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