tree ferns - A Selection
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Dramatic, exotic-looking fern
Containing all the major plant nutrients plus magnesium and trace elements, making it the perfect feed for tree ferns in pots and planted outdoors. It's also an ideal feed for indoor and outdoor palms, bamboo, grasses and other ferns. Tree ferns thrive in a sheltered, humid and shaded position, in humus-rich soil, gaining nutrients from decaying vegetation that falls from the forest canopy into the crown of the tree fern. Vitax Tree Fern and Palm feed replicates this process to maximising
This stunningly attractive ornamental fern adds an exotic flavour to shady and damp parts of the garden. Native to Tasmania and south eastern Australia it is hardy to around -5°C (23°F) and thrives in the relatively wet climate of the UK. Slow growing to a maximum height of 4 metres with a stout trunk that forms over a long period as previous years fronds die-back. Supplied in 2 litre pot.
If you like Dicksonia tree ferns but find them too large or expensive, why not try this new alternative? This dwarf Brazilian tree fern has only recently been introduced to the UK and is sure to be the next big thing for the home gardener. The compact plants are ideal for patio pots and thrive in low light, so they're great for giving an exotic touch to your garden. Young fronds unfurl in a bronze shade, turning shiny green as they open and and reach up to 70cm (28) tall. This fern will
Tree fern specialists HSK have developed this specific concentrated Tree Fern Feed to get the best results from their wonderful tree fern logs. In their native habitat, tree ferns grow in dense shady wooded areas, beneath the main tree canopy. Leaves falling off trees gather in the crown of the tree fern, and mix with rain, slowly feeding the top of the log, where the new fronds emerge. This is unlikely to happen here in UK gardens, even in shady areas, so this specialist tree fern feed
This stunningly attractive ornamental fern adds an exotic flavour to shady and damp parts of the garden. Native to Tasmania and south eastern Australia it is hardy to around -5°C (23°F) and thrives in the relatively wet climate of the UK. Slow growing to a maximum height of 4 metres with a stout trunk that forms over a long period as previous years fronds die-back.
Tree fern feed will help to encourage vigorous growth in all ferns. During the growing season, as the fronds start to unfurl, feed weekly into the top of your tree fern.
The Australian Tree Fern makes an extraordinary sight! Long, finely cut fronds of up to 1.5m (5?) unfurl from the crown in a truly magnificent display that adds drama to damp, shaded areas of the garden.
The true to nature artificial Dicksonia tree fern from Emerald will bring a tropical vibe to your home or office. This Dicksonia tree fern is so easy to maintain because it does not need any care or water. Simply put it like this in a setting of your choice or choose a pot that fits your style and you can enjoy this tree for a very long time. Specifications: Colour: Green Material: Polyethylene Dimensions: 20 x 20 x 105 cm (L x W x H) Height of plant: 80 cm In plastic pot SKU: 428483
Dicksonia tree ferns too large or expensive for your garden? We've found the answer - try the dwarf Brazilian tree fern instead! An exciting new find for the home gardener, only recently introduced to the UK, but surely set to be the next big thing! Compact plants lend themselves well to growing in patio pots; and throw up huge fronds up to 70cm in size. This hardy exotic fern will take temperatures down to -5°C and thrives in low light, so is perfect for giving a tropical touch to your
Tree ferns were a firm plant hunter's favourite from Victorian times, a symbol of wealth and travel experiences to Australia. They have maintained this sense of mystique ever since. Now you too can grow these surprisingly easy exotic looking plants too. Harvested under strict License from woodland clearance in Australia and Tasmania, these astonishing plants really will delight and amaze. They grow under the woodland canopy, in the shade, so grow them here in a sheltered spot too. These
Helps to encourage vigorous foliage and root growth