I recently made a trip to New Zealand. While there I was struck by the trees they have in medians, public gardens, residences that they identified to me as a "Norfolk Pine". This tree was very symmetrical in limb and foliage. There were a set of limbs that grew from the same vertical location on the trunk at close to the same separating distance from each other. The needles were toward the tips of the limbs, always pointed up and subscribed an arc from the shortest needle to the next slightly larger needle to the center of the array, then decreasing in size on toward the tip. These grew into some sizable trees, about 30 - 40 feet in height. They were a perfect triangular shape from top to bottom. I wanted to identify these trees when I got back here to the States but in looking at pictures of Norfolk Pines that I found using a search utility, they don't look like the pines I saw, at all. Their branches look to be more random. Can anybody help me sort out this conundrum? Did I see a Norfolk Pine or not? If I did not, what did I see? If I did, why are these other trees called Norfolk Pines?