Dicksonia Antarctica from Burncoose Nurseries available online to buy - Information: this attractive architectural plant thrives in cool moist shaded woodland.
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Amazon.com : Tasmanian Tree Fern aka Dicksonia antarctica Live Plant Fit 5 Gallon Pot : Garden & Outdoor
1ft Hardy Tree Fern - 'Dicksonia Antarctica' As one of the oldest plants in the world the Dicksonia Antarctica is a fantastic addition to any garden. Not only is it one of the easier tree ferns to grow, it is also one of the most affordable.
Tree Ferns Dicksonia antartica is a really popular tree fern. Also called it Soft Tree Fern. A tree fern makes the most magnificent, exotic statement in the garden, growing in full sun or full shade they are easy to care for and require little maintenance.
Tree fern (Cyatheales) Dicksonia antarctica: Scientific classification; Kingdom: Plantae: Division: Pteridophyta: Class: Polypodiopsida/Pteridopsida (disputed)
Desert To Jungle is a small unique specialist exotic plant nursery based within Somerset, only 5mins from junction 25 of the M5
Very quick delivery and a very well packaged plant. Great service,thank you very much. ... read more →
Everything you need to know about caring for evergreen and deciduous ferns!
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Growing a tree fern is a wonderful way to add a sense of the jungle and lushness to any garden. Tree ferns come from Australia, New Zealand and the surrounding islands and are well suited for our climate.
A fine selection of Acer Palmatum 'Sango-kaku' with a variety of sizes, perfect for pots or borders - brilliant colour and unique foliage
Dicksonia antarctica ‘Soft Tree Fern, Wooly Tree Fern’. This truly prehistoric plant can be traced back 208 million years ago to the Jurassic period, with fossil remains being found in Yorkshire.
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