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sound and draw the eyes down a bit. Has anyone had experience of using ferns this way- someone said growing from plugs is quite difficult but they grow better in the long run. Any advice gratefully received. I found this. I've been toying with doing one
Can anyone tell me what you should feed a tree fern with,it is growing in an oak barrel. Feed continuously with liquid seaweed extract added to the daily watering. Bill
many of them(last year there were 8)any ideas to give it a bit of a boost? Are you feeding your tree fern well? And watering it well? From having seen them growing naturally they like to grow in the shade. Is yours in the shade?
in a cool, lightly shaded spot.AdamWhen it's flowered, cut back the begonia and move it indoors. The ferns can be repotted or enjoyed in the garden.More planting combinations for shadeGrowing shade-loving acer and ajuga.Grow plants for shade
. The fern can be replanted in the garden.More advice on growing shade-loving plantsGrowing shade-loving hostas.Creating a pot display of begonias and ferns.Potting up a shade-tolerant display of ferns, violets and hostas.Learn how to take begonia cuttings.
Bring life to a shady corner with this mix of shade-loving favourites. There are hundreds of fabulous hostas to choose from. At the back of the planter the green fern adds strong textural contrast. If you can't live without flowers, mix in some
A birch tree makes an ideal focal point and can be grown in a large container. Its silver-white bark and delicate foliage combine with the handsome, soft shield fern and evergreen heuchera leaves for a wonderful woodland combination
Follow Monty and Joe's simple step-by-step video advice to planting up the tree fern, Dicksonia antarctica.springMore advice on growing treesPlanting a bare-root treePlanting a fig treeTraining a nectarine tree against a fencePlanting a small tree
Hi all, I've just had to reline one of my ponds and I'm looking for a fern suitable for growing in a pile of rocks which form the waterfall. The area is NOT constantly immersed in water, though it does get splashed and damp, it is shaded and faces
Hello, I have no idea if im even doing this right as I have never done this before. I need some advice on some land I have just purchased which I am clearing. This land is alongside my house and has been over grown with brambles and big green ferns