Dicksonia antarctica tree fern is native from the Australian states of New South Wales, Tasmania and Victoria. One of the most widely cultivated tree fern by gardeners around the world. Grows seamlessly into any type of soil, both acid and calcareous, provided with a good drainage, a substrate rich in well-decomposed organic matter and a constant supply of moisture in the soil and in the air. It lives well in shade or partial shade of trees, as in the wild is a fern understory. It originated in the tropical forests of the Tertiary with a warm and permanently moist.
Already deployed and empty sporangium after dispersion of spores. It is very striking is the large number of cells in the ring.
Spores of Dicksonia antarctica with a nice golden brown and measures quite large.