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It is a very variable species in size and shape of leaves and size, shape, and the number of bumps and marginal spines. Flowers are red-orange, pendulous, tubular, up to 2 inches (5 cm) long, and appear in late winter to spring on top of an up to 14 inches (35 cm) tall spike.
Araucaria cunninghamii is a very attractive tree especially when planted in clusters as they give a grand look to any landscape. They are limited by space as they are such large trees and should be planted in subtropical climates for the best outcome.
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