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Dicksonia fibrosa, also known as the New Zealand tree fern, is an imposing and striking fern species native to New Zealand. Here are some characteristics and a product description of the Dicksonia fibrosa:


Size: This tree fern can reach impressive heights, often up to 6 meters or more. The trunk is slender and clothed with fibers and remains of old petioles.


Leaves: The leaves of Dicksonia fibrosa are large and cluster-shaped. They are deeply dissected and consist of many small, toothed leaf segments. The leaves can give a liquid and visible appearance to the plant.


Stem: The stem of this fern is distinctive for its fibrous texture and can be an interesting addition to the plant's appearance. The trunk grows steadily upwards and contributes to the majestic appearance of this fern.


Habitat: Dicksonia fibrosa thrives in temperate and shady environments, such as lived and temperate forests. It is found in well-drained soil and good in areas with high elevations.


Hardiness: Generally this tree fern is hardy, but it may need protection from severe frost. In cooler climates it is often used as an ornamental plant in gardens and useful in pots for overwintering indoors.


Care: Dicksonia fibrosa requires regular watering and does best in partial shade or shady conditions. It is also important to ensure that the soil is well-drained and does not retain too much water to prevent root rot.


Its impressive size and majestic appearance make Dicksonia fibrosa a popular choice for exotic plant enthusiasts and gardeners looking for a striking element for their landscapes. It adds a surprising tropical look to gardens and is an eye-catcher in various garden designs.

Dicksonia fibrosa 30 cm height

  • 14 cm

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