Epiphyte tree

Epiphytes growing in trees of subtropical style garden plus photos of garden flora and fauna.

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Te Aroha, North Island, New Zealand
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I am a keen gardener with a passion for the unusual such as Epiphytic plants (Bromeliads,Orchids,Ferns,Astelia,Collospermum, Epiphyllum,Rhipsalidopsis,Slumbergera,Hoya) Aroids (Dracunculus,Amorphophallus,Arisaema, Pinellia, Arisarum,Alocasia,Colocasia,Arum) Clivia,Ligularia,Kniphofia,Cordyline,Musa,Palms and many more.

 

 

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Reply Pierre
11:57 PM on January 22, 2014 
Hi epitree,
I've been growing this fern ( N.cordifolia) for a long time as a terrestial fern in the subtropical area of my garden. This fern is even hardier you might think, it grows as a pest in some of our forests. It withstood minus7C here and has survived the worse winters in small montains down to at least -10C. I'll try it as an epiphyte.
These Aglamorpha has been successfully tested for light freezes, so I'll try them.
Reply Barbatum
11:14 PM on August 7, 2012 
Thank you. I found many interesting images and informations here. But i must add, the owl is not a pet. I just found lost and treated her until it got able to fly away. Sometimes we meet each other around the streets, but she's a free owl!