Material usesThere are no material uses listed for Astroloma pinifolium.
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This species can survive frosts in Britain, particularly if the roots are well mulched, but they are more safely grown in a cold greenhouse in this country. They will probably be all right in sheltered coastal gardens. The roots are prone to fungal infection, so the plant must be grown in a well-drained soil.The plants have a very fine root system which makes transplanting difficult.
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