About the Wollemi Pine
"Having a Wollemi Pine in the garden allows everyone to help conserve this unique endangered species."
Dr. Cathy Offord, Royal Botanical Gardens Sydney
The Wollemi Pine is one of the world's oldest and rarest trees.
It was discovered just 10 years ago by a bushwalker in a national park only 200km from Sydney,
Australia's biggest city.
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A majestic conifer with attractive, unusual dark green foliage and bubbly bark,
the Wollemi Pine can grows up to 40 metres high in the wild with a trunk diameter of over one metre.
Find out more about the nature of the Wollemi, its discovery and protection.
The Pines can survive temperatures from 23-133°F (-5 to 45°C)
and are expected to withstand even cooler temperatures. They are
also responding well to low light indoor environments.
Read more about the Wollemi in propagation
and the science behind this remarkable tree
Want to find out more about our partners in conserving the Wollemi Pine in Australia and internationally and the latest resources on topics such as conserving threatened tree species.
Find out more about our partners and the latest resources
The Wollemi Pine, the ultimate survivor, is proving to be hardy and versatile in cultivation. Find out detailed information on how to best care for the Wollemi Pine as either a pot plant or landscape tree.
Care information for the Wollemi Pine
Test your knowledge on the Wollemi Pine by taking a quick quiz and watch a slideshow of Wollemi Pine images.
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