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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
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
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?
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
the following trees and shrubs grow well: sambucus, laurel, holly, laburnum, syringa, witch hazel...
I have a compost bin that I want to turn in to some sort of 'rockery', it's probably 1.5m tall and the same wide, only problem is it's under trees so is quite shaded, has anyone any ideas what plants could be put in there? I've tried a fern which
Hi all, Last year we moved into to a "tumble down" cottage so the auctioneer called it (after we bought it) !! Which has a 1/2 acre of garden/orchard with tree lines for borders and fields to all sides. The trees have ivy growing all over them which
and nothing else seems to grow... i have been advised to grow a few ferns there but does anyone else have any suggestions for me... Look out for some woodland plants (I just searched for exactly that) as they'll not mind shade, not much water or competing
instant response to my quiery, I look forward to more conversation on this site. In fact here is a quick one. I have an Australian Tree Fern, grows here in Bognor Regis no problem. During the last two winter's the leaves gradually went black
Does anyone know anything about tree ferns?? I have a magnificent example which has always produced loads of large fronds every year, but last year only a few tiny fronds appeared (the trunk is about 4ft tall). I always protect it from frost