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Sculptural and primeval, Australian tree ferns have been thrilling British gardeners for more than 150 years. They’re also perfect for today’s tiny back gardens and shady courtyards

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Cyathea cooperi (Australian Tree Fern) - A fast-growing single trunked tall and elegant tree fern with long spreading fronds which creates a wonderful canopy. The Australian Tree Fern is sure to add a tropical rainforest feel to your garden.

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Tree fern. The name sounds like a bit of a contradiction, as we’re used to thinking of ferns as the lush green plants that fill the understory of our Northwest forests. But in other parts of the world, ferns get big. Really big. Specifically, this happens in Australia, where ferns grow to dinosaur-like proportions. Enter the tree fern. Imagine your classic fern leave shape and then triple its size, and stick it on top of a furry, woody “trunk” that starts short, but can get many feet tall…

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Australian tree ferns add tropical appeal to your garden. These unusual plants have a thick, straight, woolly trunk topped with large, frilly fronds. Learn more about them in this article.

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Blechnum brasiliense 'Volcano' (Dwarf Brazilian tree fern 'Volcano', Deer fern 'Volcano', Red Brazilian tree fern 'Volcano') is a tender, evergreen fern with upright, pinnate, oblong to lance-shaped, fronds divided into toothed, linear pinnae. Fronds are bright red to reddish-purple when young.

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Monty says tree ferns are quite a leap in style and are also expensive, so unless yours looks exactly as you want it to in the garden, it can be a costly mistake

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In previous blog posts we have featured the Ginger Garden and Bromeliads at Singapore Botanic Gardens, this time we explore the lush jungle planting.

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