F. R. H.
December 1996
Garden Design;Dec96/Jan97, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p36
The aritcle features Araucaria araucana. Accordingly, its like a pine tree with branches reaching skyward and pointy, razor-sharp leaves. It can reach heights of around 100 feet and can stick out like a sore thumb when planted alone on a small urban lawn. Furthermore, it reveals that Araucaria araucana can be planted in a warm coastal climate in a sharp-draining soil.


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