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Posted by sneyom none (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 11, 14 at 11:56

I have wrapped my dicksonia Antarctica up for the winter but when can I unwrap it. I live in the U.K. In the midlands. We haven't had much frost and no snow up to now. Shall I leave it another month or shall I unwrap it and keep a wary eye on the weather. Manynthanks

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RE: Dicksonia

Try asking on the Growing on the Edge forums, there's a lot of people from the UK there who are experts on Dicksonias and other treeferns.

RE: Dicksonia

was thinking of a thought or two but my conditions are sooo different BUT tree ferns are one of my favorite plants . Where is the gardening on the edge forum??
Often feel that the "edge " describes my area !! lol

RE: Dicksonia

Gary, I get the impression that some of them feel I'm not really "on the edge". But they're only thinking hot/cold, and even then hot/cold is relative anyway. There are all sorts of edges we find ourselves on with gardening. Just google gardening on the edge.

RE: Dicksonia

Thanks for that site made some interesting reading .

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