These hardy, slow-growing tree ferns are from the Southern Hemisphere. They are easy to transplant and establish.
Native to southeastern Australia, Tasmania. Hardiest of the tree ferns; well-established plants tolerate 20°F/–7°C. Thick, red-brown, fuzzy trunk grows slowly to 15 ft. Many arching, 3–6-ft. fronds grow from the top of the trunk; mature fronds are more finely cut than those of Australian tree fern (Cyathea).
Native to the temperate Pacific coastal regions of North and South America, these clumping evergreen a...
The hardier species are native to cold-winter regions of Europe and Asia, where they bloom with winter...
Hardy, symmetrical, easy-to-grow plants with evergreen fronds, except in the case of P. braunii