Angiopteris evecta (King Fern)Rated 5/5 based on 1 reviews.
An evergreen fern boasting the largest fronds known amongst ferns, growing between 5 to 7 meters long in tropical conditions. In subtropical climates, the fronds are usually at least 2m in length. Requires rich moist soil to do well.
Grows in terrestrial rainforests, clearings and along roadsides, also in ravines and on steep volcanic slopes, always growing in very rich soils.
Common in the wet tropics of north-eastern Queensland. South of this region it occurs only as disjunct isolated populations, which may be relics of previous favourable climatic conditions/p>
Occurs in Indonesia, New Guinea, coastal northern Australia and the south and west Pacific Islands. It is naturalised in Hawaii, Jamaica, Costa Rica and Cuba.
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Angiopteris evecta is a wonderful fern 5 Stars. ByBy: Gregg L. Friedman MD on 11 December 2022Angiopteris evecta also know as Giant Fern, King Fern or Mules Foot Fern does will in a shady location with heavy rainfall. 5 Stars. By Gregg L. Friedman MD