These hardy, slow growing tree ferns are from the Southern Hemisphere. Easy to transplant and establish.
Native to southeastern Australia, Tasmania. Hardiest of tree ferns; well-established plants tolerate 20°F/-7°C. Thick, red-brown, fuzzy trunk grows slowly to 15 ft. Many arching, 3- to 6-ft. fronds grow from top of trunk; mature fronds are more finely cut than those of Australian tree fern (Cyathea).
To 2 to 3 in. high and 3 ft. wide, with inch-long leaves and erect, 1 1/2-in. white flowers.
Native to California, Arizona, coastal Oregon, Baja California. About 40 species are known, some commo...
A hybrid between Robinia pseudoacacia and R. viscosa, this seldom-grown, pink-flower...