Blechnum wurunuran (Walsh River Blechnum) spore
Blechnum wurunuran (woo roo noo ran) is one of the endemic Blechnums of north Queensland. It is confined to the very wet, high altitude rainforests where it grows along creek banks, and in soaks off to the sides. In its natural setting it can develop into large stands.
This is a very desirable fern for cultivation as it has strong fronds of light to dark green and striking pink new growth. Several other features make this an interesting plant for the garden. The unfurling, fertile fronds take on a very interesting form, while the densely scaly bases of the stipes and the crozier present an attractive sight.
It needs high humidity, good light (not full sun) and plenty of water. Mulch well and feed with low Phosphorous (3% or less) slow release or liquid (not both) fertiliser.
This spore does not require any special treatment. Just treat like any other spore.
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Information and images from Australian Tropical Plants DVD ROM
Amphineuron opulentum - Asplenium athertonense - Blechnum articulatum - Blechnum wurunuran - Chingia australis - Cyathea baileyana - Cyathea celebica - Cyathea Exilis - Diplazium queenslandicum - Dryopteris hasseltii - Dryopteris sparsa - Lastreopsis microsora - Lastreopsis tinarooensis - Macrothelypteris torresiana - Oenotrichia tripinnata - Pneumatopteris costata - Pneumatopteris sogerensis - Pronephrium triphyllum - Pteris pacifica - Revwattsia fragilis - Sphaerostephanos heterocarpus - Teratophyllum brightiae - Dicksonia herbertii
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