Tree Ferns

Tree ferns are slow-growing architectural plants with spreading fronds above a thick trunk. They make striking plants for a sheltered, shady garden.

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    1. Heyjude says:

      I first saw them in South Africa and then Cornwall – they are impressive plants.

      1. Mum and Dad first saw and loved them in Australia 🙂 I was born in Tasmania! They have a potted Dicksonia Antarctica in the garden and it’s fine as long as you cut back the fronds at the right time and wrap it up for winter!

        1. Heyjude says:

          lucky you being born in Australia, I always wanted to live there, but never managed to get in. Tasmania is on my list for our next visit, hopefully next year!!

  1. Pat Benson says:

    interesting mix of plants, very pretty!

  2. judy says:

    I love the softness of this image

    1. Heyjude says:

      Thanks Judy 🙂

  3. I learned from

    https://playamart.wordpress.com/

    that tree ferns grow natively in South America as well. Maybe you can add that as a destination after Australia.

    1. Heyjude says:

      For some reason I have never been remotely interested in South America 🙂

      1. For someone as curious as you, it’s curious that South American hasn’t piqued your curiosity.

        1. Heyjude says:

          Actually even north America didn’t particularly interest me until I went there in 2007. My eyes were always looking east.

      2. After your success with North America, perhaps you’ll venture on to South America.

        1. Heyjude says:

          I think that it is a bit late now 😉

        2. It’s never too late. On the other hand, there are probably many appealing places closer to home that you haven’t yet visited.

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