Our Gnome's Grove potted Norfolk Island Pine trees are GROWING and taking up more greenhouse space. Why wait for a dead imported tree to arrive on-island when you can enjoy a live, locally-grown, beautiful tree now and long past the holidays.
Take advantage of low pre- season sale prices on all our 4 year old trees, approximately 3 feet in diameter and 6-9 feet tall.
The Gnome's Grove is currently selling trees that are:
Purchase your trees from the Hawaii Farm to Car Online Marketplace
open Friday-Monday with pick up Wednesdays in Kea'au, East Hawaii Island.
Soil should be well-draining. We recommend equal parts 1) potting soil, 2) peat moss, and 3) perlite, cinder or sand.
Let the topsoil dry about an inch deep, and then water thoroughly, until water runs out the container's drainage holes. Empty any saucer completely so the tree never sits in water. Avoid placing near heating or cooling vents to avoid over-drying.
Our trees enjoy bright natural light to partial shade. Give the pot a quarter turn every time you water to promote even growth and symmetry. Normal indoor temperatures are suitable.
Give your tree a boost every other month with 20:20:20 fertilizer. Replant your potted tree when the roots pop through the bottom of the pot or when it becomes too top heavy.
There's nothing wrong with having a tree as a friend.
Each year, Hawaii struggles with invasive plants, insects and animal species imported with cut Christmas trees from the mainland US. Our Hawaii-grown trees prevent these desctructive pests and add to the natural beauty of the island. The Gnome's Grove launched in 2018 with our first crop of 100 greenhouse-grown Norfolk Island Pine Tree seedlings. Our trees can be kept in a pot or planted in your yard. Given time, these sturdy, wind break trees can grow to over 100 feet tall.
The Gnome's Grove trees are grown in the Puna District of Hawaii Island. We sell our trees year-round in Kea'au through the Hawaii Farm to Car Program and at local plant sales on Hawaii Island.
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