Tree Fern Planter
Tree ferns such as Dicksonia and Cyathea grow abundantly throughout New Zealand and Australia, and the fiber from these plants are often used to pot orchids and aroids. These pots are made from the leftover woody trunks after harvesting that fiber. Tree ferns are accustomed to growing in warm humid environments, so these planters are naturally resistant to mold and rot.
For best results, we recommend planting aroids, orchids, and epiphytes in this planter with a chunky aroid mix or a mixture of sphagnum moss and perlite. We've had great luck growing velvety Anthuriums in these pots. Because the planter is so porous, textured, and has multiple avenues for drainage, a fine-grained soil mixture is not recommended.
This planter is porous and not water-tight. While there is no distinct drainage hole, water can freely pass through the bottom of the planter. Each planter is unique - color and texture will vary.
Planter measures approximately 6.5" tall x 4" wide. Internal planting diameter will vary, between 2.5" and 4" wide.