Five Dicksonia antarctica tree ferns showing large, new green fronds against a blue sky.
The five Dicksonia antarctica and their bright new fronds at Logan Botanic Garden (Photo: Suzie Huggins)
A postcard with RBGE themed stamps with a written update on the conditions of multiple tree ferns moved a year previous.

You can read more about the journey of the tree ferns in the BBC article below.

BBC News – Giant plants make epic journey from Edinburgh to Port Logan

Inside of a large glasshouse, two horticulturists prepare to lower a large tree fern. A large yellow telehandler is also being used.
A look back at horticulturists Neil Watherson and Kate Miller preparing to lower one of the tree ferns moved from the Ferns and Fossils Glasshouse at RBGE.

Click the link below to read the full story on the decanting of the Ferns and Fossils Glasshouse!

Stories from the Biomes: The Fern House Decant – Botanics Stories