Wollemia nobilis

Wollemi Pine

(4 customer reviews)

A remarkable evergreen ‘living fossil,’ this beautiful slow growing conifer makes a fabulous talking point and grows well in sun or light shade.


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Origin: Australia
Genus: Wollemia
Species / Cultivar: nobilis
Common Name: Wollemi Pine

Plant Biography

Wollemia nobilis was unknown to science right up until 1994, when it botanists found it growing in a wilderness area of the Wollemi National Park in Australia. With less than 100 adult trees found in the wild, an extensive research and conservation plan was quickly developed.

The Wollemi Pine is a true living fossil, the sole remaining member of a genus that was last known from fossils 2 million years old. Despite being commonly referred to as Wollemi pine, it is not a pine at all and actually in the same family as the Monkey Puzzle Tree (Araucariaceae).

Wollemia nobilis
Soil: Moist but Well Drained
Soil that allows water to drain at a moderate rate, without the water pooling.
Growth Rate: Slow
This plant is particularly slow to grow, even during growing season.
Water Requirement: Medium
Once it is established, this plant is likely to only require watering during drier periods.
Maintenance: A little
Easy to look after but may occasionally require some attention in order to thrive.
Situation: Full Sun to Part Shade
Enjoys direct sun most of the day, but tolerant of fewer sunlit hours or light dappling.
Eventual Height: 12m
The plant's ultimate height in typical growing conditions.
Eventual Spread: 4-8m
The plant's ultimate spread in typical growing conditions.
Hardiness: Hardy
Survives unprotected in an average winter. May need protection in extreme long frosts.
Habit: Evergreen
Always in leaf throughout the year. It won't lose all its leaves at any one time.

Expert Tip

Full of surprises as, despite its subtropical provenance, it has proved amenable to cultivation throughout temperate regions of the world. However, protection may be needed for young plants, especially in harsher winters.
Care & Size Guidance

Care & Size Guidance

Although a mature specimen can reach over 12 metres in optimum conditions, this is a slow growing tree in the UK so be ready to celebrate small annual increases!

Perfect condition and doing well 4 months after purchase. the infomation pack was also interesting


Perfect condition and doing well 4 months after purchase. the infomation pack was also interesting

4 customer reviews for Wollemia nobilis

I am delighted with the quality of this plant. It was very well packed, and well delivered, too.
Ive always had fantastic plants from the Palm Centre over the years – highly recommended.

Gary P.

Perfect condition and doing well 4 months after purchase. the infomation pack was also interesting


Received my 3ltr Woolemia this morning, Ive always wanted one of these trees and I am lost for words. It is so beautiful, lots of strong new growth, a very healthy and well cared for young tree. It arrived carefully packaged in with several other plants, all have now had a little drink and are standing in the shade for a day or two to recover from their journey. No damage was done in transit at all, everything was individually wrapped to protect leaves etc. Im more than happy with the new family members.


Hallo ! I am interested to buy the wollemi pine (3 l pot). I would like to find out if the delivery to Poland is possible and how much it could cost

Jaroslaw Buksa