Dicksonia antartica are the iconic tree ferns. These are imported from Australia from sustainable stocks.
This particular plant has a trunk size of up to 70cm tall and over overall height, including the pot and fronds is up to 210cm. This will vary according to the time of year it is purchased.
This is one of the oldest plant species in the world!
Dicksonia antarctica is native to Australia and New Zealand and it provides a dramatic statement in the garden. Because their natural habitat is beneath the tree canopy within mature forests, tree ferns thrive in shade, although they can tolerate a certain amount of sunshine. The key to good health is watering. Here’s how to keep your tree fern happy: