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Nature of problem: Cutting off trunk of large tree fern to re-grow. Type of Plant (if known): Tree fern. Symptoms of Plant Illness (please try NOT to diagnose your problems yourself): Too tall. Soil Type (e.g. sandy, clay or loam) OR Potting Mix Type: good soil. How often do you water the plant.

Some tree ferns can be cut in half while others cannot. The distinction is whether the tree fern is a rough tree fern or a soft tree fern. Oct 17, These CAN be cut in half and the top replanted.

Soft tree ferns (like the ones in Bunnings) all come from old growth forest and may be hundreds of years old.

They also grow about twice as slow as Rough tree ferns. So remember: For cutting and replanting, Soft tree fern YES, Rough tree fern Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins. Aug 28, This is a rough tree fern, a Cyathea and you must dig this one up if you want to transplant it. It cannot be cut in half. You recognise a Cyathea or the rough tree by these prickly hairs that are at the bottom of the fronds. Jun 06, Notice it says that by tearing at them you can easily kill both halves!

Given the amount you have to pay for a tree fern, I wouldn't risk it, and wait to have an offset as suggested. I've lost every tree fern I've ever bought because of very cold winters so if you are succeeding in keeping yours alive and vigorous, you should be happy!

What is up with this and is there a fix for this.

6 Jun, Comments (2) Maybe the opposite will work. Remove a section near the top and apply rooting hormone to it. Then plant it. Can't say for sure. Maybe find a landscaper who will trade for a shorter one. A cut Cyathea cooperi is a dead Australian Tree Fern, they don't reroot or resprout.

Feb 24, How to move a tree fern from one part of the garden to another. Or perhaps you know someone who doesn't want their tree ferns - offer to move one, and maybe. Mar 02, Hint: Cutting back the fronds to about 1 to 2 inches ( cm.) above the trunk will also help reduce transplant shock by sending more energy into the root zone.

With a clean, sharp spade cut straight down at least 12 inches (31 cm.) all around the root ball, about the same distance out from the tree fern.

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