Cyathea australis protection (australis/cooperi IDs)

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Re: Cyathea australis protection (australis/cooperi IDs)

Post by Arlon Tishmarsh » Mon Feb 20, 2012 9:41 am

I'd say 99.9% its Cooperi . Australis would also have some spines / lumps on the frond stem icon_thumleft


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Post by Libby » Mon Feb 20, 2012 11:08 am

I wondered if it was, so have religiously dug it up each year and popped it in my heated greenhouse :D phew, glad I did. Thanks
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Post by pdid » Mon Feb 20, 2012 4:32 pm

I've just looked again and it is more like my small cooperi, sorry for the confusion :oops:


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Post by Libby » Mon Feb 20, 2012 7:00 pm

no probs, thanks anyway :D
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Re: Cyathea australis protection (australis/cooperi IDs)

Post by Dave Brown » Tue Nov 06, 2012 8:31 am

So..... has anyone got a real Cyathea australis :?:

My C cooperi's are still out side and will probably go into the polytunnel next weekend. I'll try to keep just frost free this winter as left unheated last winter it went down to -5.6C and I lost all the fronds. They did grow out again, but as it doesn't flush like Dicksonia antarctica it took until July to look reasonable again.

It seems the most important thing over winter is to NEVER LET DRY OUT
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Post by Yorkshire Kris » Tue Nov 06, 2012 12:27 pm

Dave Brown wrote:So..... has anyone got a real Cyathea australis :?:

My C cooperi's are still out side and will probably go into the polytunnel next weekend. I'll try to keep just frost free this winter as left unheated last winter it went down to -5.6C and I lost all the fronds. They did grow out again, but as it doesn't flush like Dicksonia antarctica it took until July to look reasonable again.

It seems the most important thing over winter is to NEVER LET DRY OUT
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Re: Cyathea australis protection (australis/cooperi IDs)

Post by Steph » Tue Nov 06, 2012 2:32 pm

Kris,
Did yours come from Amulree?
Mine did - last sale.
Is yours inside yet? Mine is up against the house at the mo beside the boiler outlet.


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Post by Yorkshire Kris » Tue Nov 06, 2012 4:58 pm

Steph wrote:Kris,
Did yours come from Amulree?
Mine did - last sale.
Is yours inside yet? Mine is up against the house at the mo beside the boiler outlet.
Yes and yes. In the dark corner of my garage. Last year it was fine there.


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Post by Tom2006 » Tue Nov 06, 2012 8:12 pm

Sadly not.

My three cooperi have put on superb growth this year considering they were just tiny plugs the year before. Fronds easily two feet now! They will be going in the polyhouse in the next week or so.
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Re: Cyathea australis protection (australis/cooperi IDs)

Post by greendragon » Tue Nov 06, 2012 8:31 pm

Steph wrote:Kris,
Did yours come from Amulree?
Mine did - last sale.
Is yours inside yet? Mine is up against the house at the mo beside the boiler outlet.
Are they well rooted and in frond?
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Post by Yorkshire Kris » Tue Nov 06, 2012 8:57 pm

Yes mine is.


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Re: Cyathea australis protection (australis/cooperi IDs)

Post by fern Rob » Mon Dec 17, 2012 10:59 am

Hi,
After looking through the post, you all seem to have cooperi except for pdid that I'm sure after looking at the pictures is Australis. Attached is a picture of one of my mature Australis, the stipes are like sand paper and the croziers have a dark brown snake skin like scales not fluffy looking like cooperi. :D When cooperi's fronds have finished they fall of on mature plants and produce a hexagonal shape on the up forming trunk, compared to Australis that the bottom of the stipe stays attached.:D
Hope this clears up any confusion.
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Re: Cyathea australis protection (australis/cooperi IDs)

Post by Delboy » Fri Dec 28, 2012 6:18 pm

Bowden Hosta sell Australis, £50 delivered, but I'm not sure on size.
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Re: Cyathea australis protection (australis/cooperi IDs)

Post by miketropic » Thu Jan 17, 2013 1:13 am

anyone want to hit me with a proper ID I got this under the idea it was a cooperi. I can take better pictures if need be to get a proper ID.

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Re: Cyathea australis protection (australis/cooperi IDs)

Post by griphuz » Thu Jan 17, 2013 12:28 pm

It's a cooperi


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