How to Grow Australian Tree Fern

How to Grow Australian Tree Fern

Tips for growing successful Australian tree ferns and related Cyathea, including advice on watering, leaf-browning, fertilizing and temperature.

A new frond from the Australian Tree Fern in the Fern Passage.

A new frond from the Australian Tree Fern in the Fern Passage.

Australian Tree Fern with Begonia - - photographed by Heather Moll-Dunn Landscape and Garden Designer on the Gardens for Connoisseurs Tour around Atlanta

Australian Tree Fern with Begonia - - photographed by Heather Moll-Dunn Landscape and Garden Designer on the Gardens for Connoisseurs Tour around Atlanta

Australian Tree Fern (Cyathea cooperi 'Brentwood') Need something lush to fill that empty spot? Here's your answer. This fern's formidable stature and upward-arching fronds say, "Look at me." It's a great choice for sunrooms and foyers.  Keys to success: This guy loves regular moisture and won't forgive you if you forget. Bright light is a must, but if the frond edges start to brown, find a shadier spot. Mist the trunk and fronds frequently.

Australian Tree Fern (Cyathea cooperi 'Brentwood') Need something lush to fill that empty spot? Here's your answer. This fern's formidable stature and upward-arching fronds say, "Look at me." It's a great choice for sunrooms and foyers. Keys to success: This guy loves regular moisture and won't forgive you if you forget. Bright light is a must, but if the frond edges start to brown, find a shadier spot. Mist the trunk and fronds frequently.

The Australian Tree Fern (Cyathea cooperi) is a large, showy fern which can make a wonderful addition the garden, whether placed in the ground or grown in a container. Description from gardeningcentral.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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The Australian Tree Fern (Cyathea cooperi) is a large, showy fern which can make a wonderful addition the garden, whether placed in the ground or grown in a container. Description from gardeningcentral.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Unlike common ferns, the Australian Tree Fern sports a tree-like trunk, but of course, it's not wood. Description from mgonlinestore.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Unlike common ferns, the Australian Tree Fern sports a tree-like trunk, but of course, it's not wood. Description from mgonlinestore.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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