Hi All, I recently acquired a 25" Wollemi Pine from a local nursery -- it has a very few brown spots, but based on the info in this thread (thanks MickiS!), I've decided not to worry about that for now. I would like some advice on planting, though. I would very much like to get this in the garden in the next week or so to give it some time to acclimate (I am zone 7B, so I am not *too* worried about extended cold snaps, but if someone tells me differently...). The soil down here is definitely acid (ph around 5) and my lot is part shade and well-watered, which from what I can tell from my reading should be about right. What I am curious about is the mycorhizzae fungi. I understand that several types are associated with the roots in the wild which I presume are native. I doubt these are available to me in the US and I suspect none made it with my plant. Does anyone know if there is any benefit to using other commerically-available mycorhizzae with the Wollemi? I confess, I don't know how generalist these little bugs are - I believe there is some research being done on this at UBC, so I am hoping that someone out there does! Any info and suggestions would be greatly appreciated!