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Cyathea novae-caledoniae, also known as the "New Caledonia tree fern," is a striking species of fern native to New Caledonia, an island region in the Pacific Ocean. Below is a product description of Cyathea novae-caledoniae:

Size and Growth Habit: This tree fern can grow impressively large, reaching heights of 5 to 15 meters. The trunk is straight and covered with fibers, and the crown consists of large, cluster-shaped leaves.

Leaves: The leaves of Cyathea novae-caledoniae are large, shiny and deeply dissected. They have a lush appearance and are bright green in color, which adds to the visual appeal of the plant.

Stem: The straight trunk of this fern contributes to its impressive height and makes a robust and striking feature in landscapes and gardens.

Habitat: Cyathea novae-caledoniae thrives in moist, shady environments, such as rainforests and subtropical areas. It grows best in moist, well-drained soil and thrives in areas with high humidity.

Care: This fern requires regular watering and thrives in partial shade to shady environments. Protection from direct sunlight and provision of sufficient moisture are important for the healthy growth of this impressive fern.

Because of its imposing size and lush foliage, Cyathea novae-caledoniae is a prized choice for landscape designs and gardens. It adds a majestic and tropical element to various outdoor settings and is prized for its striking presence.

Cyathea novae-caledoniae (New Caledonia tree fern)

  • 14 cm

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