A tree-fern, Dicksonia arborescens, with a young one near its base.
We had one tree-fern that rose from the centre of a rockery, and spread itself over it like a handsome umbrella.
And once Tommy saw twin, monstrous eyes, gazing from the blackness of the tree-fern forest.
The laboratory was redolent of the tree-fern forest into which the Tube extended.
Acrogen, ak′ro-jen, n. a plant that grows at the top chiefly, as a tree-fern.
Coultas (field notes) found one nest with young in a tree-fern in the period of November and December, 1930.
The tree-fern forest drew back and the vast and steaming morass was again in view.
One of the ferns is a tree-fern with thick stems, which has also been found in the Upper Greensand of England.
The others dived for speed and flattened out hardly above the tree-fern jungle.
"I saw a mountain smoking like that before," she said, staring at the slender stem of a tree-fern some dozen feet in front of her.