Cyathea Cooperi 1Litre pot – Lacy Tree Fern

 16.99

Lacy Tree Fern

Supplied in a 1-litre pot.
Plant height: 15-20cm. (approx.)

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Availability: Only 5 left in stock

Cyathea Cooperi

Cyathea cooperi, commonly known as Cooper’s tree fern or the lacy tree fern, is a stunning fern species native to Australia. It is characterized by its large, arching fronds that can reach up to 4 meters in length (in optimum conditions). The fronds are deeply lobed and have a lacy appearance, giving the plant an elegant and tropical look. Cyathea cooperi is commonly used as an ornamental plant in gardens and landscapes, where it thrives in moist, shady conditions. It is a fast-growing plant that can eventually reach heights of around 10 meters in optimum conditions. As this variety of tree fern isn’t fully hardy, it would be ideal for a conservatory or kept as a potted plant in a very sheltered garden.

Name: Cyathea Cooperi

Approx. Height and spread: 3-4M x 3-4M

Position: Light Shade – Full Shade – Can also tolerate a few hours of direct sunshine.

Soil Ph: All

Moisture: Moist But Well–drained

Hardiness: Half-Hardy – Will need protection from frosts to survive winter, eg. with a fleece jacket.

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Cyathea cooperi, commonly known as the lacy tree fern is a fast growing tree fern that can be grown in IrelandCyathea Cooperi 1Litre pot – Lacy Tree Fern
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