Dicksonia antartica / tree fern

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Dicksonia antarctica is a prehistoric tree fern; forms leaves on a stem, in natural habitat up to 10 metres high; native to Australia and New Zealand, belongs to the oldest plants in the world; best cultivated in partial to full shade in moist soil; grown 100% organically from a small plant in the conservatory; grows very well and naturally, potted in a well-drained, self-mixed organic substrate; repotting is not desired until the following year (in spring), not over-fertilised, therefore robust and healthy (organic quality before quantity!), not hardy. ), not hardy, with time it will become quite vigorous & stem-forming, from spring to late autumn (without frost days) the plant is happy to enjoy the fresh air and rain outside; otherwise showering off the leaves 1x a week does the plant a lot of good; enjoy your new Dicksonia antartica!

You get the plant of the displayed size.