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Cyathea Medullaris either side of balustrade
Cynthia Cunninghamii doing incredibly well despite not being too shaded.
Several of these here in various shapes and sizes. This is probably the largest.
The photo does not do this huge Cyathea Medularis justice. The fronds are truly magnificent.
Two large Dicksonia Fibrosas beside the pond walkway.
I think Cyathea Marleyi has the most beautiful of all the tree fern fronds.
We call it our 'John Tipple' tree fern named after a lovely guest who contributed towards it.
Such amazing chunky, hairy fronds.
Very rare in the UK and is likely to grow into quite a beast!
Cynthia Inciso Serrata
A smaller Cunninghamii
Very unusual fronds on this tree fern from New Guinea.