I just bought a small Dicksonia antarctica, and was wondering the best care for it indoors over the winter. I will take it outside for the summer (if it lives that long!). I have had it about a week, and some of the fronds are wilting. Does it need more water? humidity? Or is it just transplant shock from the greenhouse? What temperatures do they prefer in the winter? Do they need cool winter temps or do they just tollerate them? I have a 'cool room', where I grow cold-temperate plants and dormant some, and have a 'warm room', where I grow tropicals. It is in my living room right now, as that is only place it can fit! This is an awesome species, and I've always wanted one, but I think I maybe should have resisted the urge. I just want it to live!