Product no.: 21-275-2201
It is named after botanist and explorer Allan Cunningham. The species is found in the coastal rain forests of eastern Australia and in New Guinea. The trees can live up to 450 years and grow to a height of 60 meters, it has a bark that is rough and splits naturally but does not peel.
The leaves on young trees are awl-shaped, 1-2 cm long, about 2 mm thick at the base, and scale-like, incurved, 1-2 cm long and 4 mm broad on mature trees. The cones are ovoid, 8-10 cm long and 6-8 cm diameter, and take about 18 months to mature. They disintegrate at maturity to release the nut-like edible seeds.
Araucaria cunninghamii Bonsai
Size: 120 cm
Diameter: 63 cm
Height: 150 cm
total height: 210 cm
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