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Blechnum brasiliense, Red Dwarf Tree Fern, Red Brazilian Tree Fern 

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 Blechnum brasiliense
Family: Blechnaceae
Red Dwarf Tree Fern, Red Brazilian Tree Fern
Origin: South America
Small shrub 2-5 ftShadeSemi-shadeRegular waterOrnamental foliageSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

This is one of the better known and more common species of Blechnum in warmer climates. It forms a small trunk. On some forms, the new fronds emerge a beautiful pinkish-red, making the fern very attractive.

Does not like excessive watering, but must not dry out, a free draining potting mix and a high amount of sunlight. This fern is tropical and is hardy to USDA Zone 9.

Close related spacies Blechnum moorei - Brazilian Tree Fern is a compact grower and makes a great house plant.


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 Blechnum brasiliense, Red Dwarf Tree Fern, Red Brazilian Tree Fern 

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Blechnum brasiliense, Red Dwarf Tree Fern, Red Brazilian Tree Fern 

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Blechnum brasiliense, red form
Blechnum brasiliense, Red Dwarf Tree Fern, Red Brazilian Tree Fern 

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Blechnum brasiliense, red form


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