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Dicksonia herbertii  (Bristly Tree Fern) spore

Dicksonia (dick sow nee a) herbertii (her bert ee eye) is one of only three Dicksonias in Australia - all of which are endemic.  This species is the only one in northern Queensland.  It is an elusive tree fern, found in only a few sites, in very wet areas of high altitude rainforests.

In sheltered, wet situations with continuous high humidity the Bristly Tree Fern should grow fairly quickly.  Give it a humus rich soil and mulch well.

This spore does not require any special treatment.  Just treat like any other spore.

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Information and images from Australian Tropical Plants DVD ROM

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