Dicksonia


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tree ferns of temperate Australasia having bipinnatifid or tripinnatifid fronds and usually marginal sori

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I've always loved ferns and use them in my garden, from mini forests of the outdoor monster Dicksonia antarctica to different varieties under my birch trees in the front garden.
For the water spring 3 (N3), the following were indicator species: Cryptocarya moschata, Ilex paraguariensis, Myrceugenia miersiana and Dicksonia sellowiana, which are species more related to more acid and more aluminous soils (REITZ et al., 1983; CARVALHO, 2003, 2006).
O eixo 1 da NMDS separou os estagios sucessionais, com o lado esquerdo do grafico contendo as parcelas das areas em estagios avancados, representadas, principalmente, por especies mais tardias, como as da familia Myrtaceae, alem de Dicksonia sellowiana e Ocoteaporosa, e com o lado direito contendo a area em estagio inicial, com representacao de pioneiras como Baccharis uncinella e Mimosa scabrella.
Effects of sucrose and irradiance on germination and early gametophyte growth of the endangered tree fern Dicksonia sellowiana Hook.
Then they added tree ferns (Dicksonia antarctica), spotted may apple (Podophyllum 'Spotty Dotty'), and Tolmiea menziesii.
By contrast, Atherosperma moschatum, Nothofagus cunninghamii and Dicksonia antarctica Labill.
(1999) tested the effects of different storage periods (15 to 731 days) at approximately 10[degrees]C on the germination of another tree fern, Dicksonia sellowiana, and found that the spores remained viable after 731 days, developing a slight decrease in germination percentage after the period.
(36) In the overall journal entry of 24 September, the old Carlisle road passage is flanked by musings on a type of tree fern known as dicksonia. Thoreau's highly sensitive nose prompted him to write extensively about "the sweet smell of decay" emitted by these plants:
The tree fern Dicksonia antarctica invades two habitats of european conservation priority in Sao Miguel Island, Azores.
- Anna Hill, East Sussex GROWING 2 them isn't as difficult as you think if you choose a hardy type such as Dicksonia Antarctica, which tolerates sub zero temperatures.