Sunlight: bright indirect to direct sunlight. it can adapt to medium light but will become leggy and less full.
Water: Water your Norfolk Pine when the top 25% of the soil is dry. Water until liquid flows through the drainage hole at the bottom of the pot and discard any water that has accumulated in the saucer. If the plant stays too dry, the tips of its branches will turn brown and crispy.
Temperature: Average home temperature is suitable. Norfolk Pines hate hot or cold drafts when grown indoors. Protect your plant from heating or cooling vents, and don’t keep them next to drafty doors or windows.
More on this plant: If you wish to stimulate faster growth from your Norfolk Pine, move it outdoors to a shaded or partially shaded spot during the summer. Because it’s a tropical tree, wait until all danger of frost has passed before moving it out, and bring it back in before the first frost in fall.