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Buy Healthy and Lush Casuarina Equisetifolia - The Iconic Australian Pine Tree

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Original price Rs. 549.00
Current price Rs. 499.00
Common name:
Casurina Golden
Regional name:
Hindi - Jungli Saru, Janglijhau, Vilay Aaisaru, Bengali - Jau, Marathi - Suru, Gujariti - Vilayati Saru,Tamil - Savukhu, Telugu -chauku, Sarugudu
Trees, Shrubs
Sun growing, Semi shade
Normal, Can tolerate less, Can tolerate more
Primarily grown for:
Flowering season:
Flowers are inconspicuous
Foliage color:
Variegated, Green, Yellow
Plant Height or length:
More than 12 meters
Plant Spread or Width:
4 to 6 meters
Plant Form:
Upright or Erect
Estimated Life Span:
Very long lived
Special Character:
  • Rare Plant or difficult to get plant
  • Good for making bonsai
  • Good for Cut foliage
  • Good for Topiary
  • Good for screening
  • Good for Hedges and Borders
  • Good for Edges ie very small hedge or border
  • Recommended for creating shade
  • Quick growing trees
  • Evergreen trees
  • Suitable for road median planting
  • Suitable for avenue planting
  • Hanging or weeping growth habit
  • Salt or salinity tolerant
  • Good on seaside
  • Grows best in humid and warm regions
Generally available in India in quantities of:
Less than ten

Plant Description:

Australian pine trees, also known as casuarina trees, are not native to Australia but are found in many parts of the world, including the United States, Central and South America, Africa, and the Caribbean. They are fast-growing, salt-tolerant trees that can reach up to 100 feet in height. They have long, thin leaves that resemble needles, which are arranged in circular clusters around the branches. Australian pines are often used for landscaping, erosion control, and as windbreaks. However, they have also been known to outcompete native vegetation and are considered an invasive species in some areas.

Growing tips:

Australian pine trees are relatively easy to care for and can tolerate a wide range of growing conditions. Here are some tips for caring for an Australian pine tree:

  • Plant your tree in a location that gets plenty of sunlight, as they need at least six hours of direct sunlight per day to thrive.
  • Choose a site with well-draining soil, as Australian pine trees are intolerant of standing water. If your soil is prone to waterlogging, you can improve drainage by adding sand or organic matter to the soil.
  • Water your tree regularly, especially during dry spells. Keep the soil moist but not waterlogged, as overwatering can cause root rot.
  • Fertilize your tree once a month during the growing season (spring and summer) using a balanced, all-purpose fertilizer. Follow the instructions on the label for the appropriate amount of fertilizer to use.
  • Prune your tree as needed to remove any dead or damaged branches, or to shape the tree. Pruning can be done at any time of year, but it is best to avoid pruning during the heat of the summer or the cold of winter.

Benefits :

Australian pine trees have several benefits, including the following:

  • Fast growth rate: Australian pine trees are known for their fast growth rate, which can make them a good choice for quickly establishing a screen or windbreak.

  • Salt tolerance: Australian pine trees are highly tolerant of salt, making them a good choice for planting in coastal areas or in soil with high levels of salt.

  • Erosion control: Australian pine trees have an extensive root system that helps to stabilize the soil, making them useful for erosion control on slopes or along bodies of water.

  • Landscaping: Australian pine trees are often used in landscaping due to their attractive, needle-like leaves and their ability to tolerate a wide range of growing conditions.

  • Wildlife habitat: Australian pine trees provide habitat and food for a variety of wildlife, including birds and small mammals.