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Discover what it's like to grow your own tree ferns with our new cutting box!
This special collection includes three unique varieties that will delight every lover of exotic plants: Cyathea cooperi 'Dwarf Red', Cyathea tomentosissima and Dicksonia Sellowiana.
Cyathea cooperi 'Dwarf Red':

Cyathea cooperi 'Dwarf Red' is a striking variant of the popular Australian tree fern. This dwarf variety is characterized by its compact growth and beautiful red petiole. With its lush green leaves and subtle red accents, this tree fern adds a touch of exotic elegance to any space.

Cyathea tomentosissima:
Cyathea tomentosissima, also known as the Woolly Haired Tree Fern, is a rare and intriguing species native to New Zealand. This tree fern is known for its soft, fluffy trunk and elegant, feathery leaves. With its unique texture and lush growth, Cyathea tomentosissima is a real eye-catcher that adds a tropical touch to your interior.

Dicksonia Sellowiana:
Dicksonia Sellowiana, also called the South American tree fern, is a majestic plant native to the rainforests of South America. This impressive fern is known for its majestic appearance, with a trunk that can grow up to 10 meters high and a crown of large, graceful leaves that provide a lush appearance. The leaves can grow up to 3 meters long and have a striking dark green color. Dicksonia sellowiana thrives in moist, shady environments and is often found in tropical rainforests and moist woodlands.

Each Cutting Box comes with healthy cuttings of these three rare tree fern species, carefully selected and packaged to ensure they arrive safely at your home. Whether you are an experienced plant lover or are looking for a unique gift for someone special, the Cuttings Box - 3 Varieties of Rare Tree Ferns offers a fantastic opportunity to bring these beautiful plants into your home and expand your green collection with some of the most exclusive fern species in the world.

Cutting box 3 species of rare tree ferns

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