Notice: Cyathea cunninghamii Is currently not available. They are expected to back in the stock in the future. Reservations are not possible.
Tall but fussy tree fern
In the wilds it always inhabits cool, humid, shady gullies and stream banks, and as a result it is very fussy about its requirements for coolness, moisture, shade and shelter from wind. It is a close relative of Cyathea medullaris, but it is likely to be considerably hardier to cold, since it grows higher up in the mountains where snow often falls.
Its crown is much more thin and open, containing fewer fronds than most of the other tree ferns. It is one of the [tallest hardy tree ferns], often found towering over Dicksonia antarctica and Dicksonia fibrosa in habitat.