New Arrivals: SOUTH AFRICAN SPECIES
  • E. altensteinii Quick View
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    • E. altensteinii
    • $428,880.00 $427,880.00  /  12.60621 Ƀ
    • A 19th-century German chancellor and patron of science. It is commonly known as the Eastern Cape giant cycad, Encephalartos altensteinii is a palm-like cycad that is endemic to South Africa. The species name altensteinii commemorates Altenstein, isundu (Xhosa) or uJobane (Zulu). It is a very ornamental garden plant and probably the most common of all the cycads in cultivation. This species is…
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    • E. arenarius
    • $12,500.00 $10,000.00  /  0.29462 Ƀ
    • Encephalartos arenarius is endemic to South Africa, where it is limited to the Eastern Cape. Its common names include Alexandria cycad and dune cycad. It is a multi-stemmed cycad with a lead stem of 1-2 m long and is 200-300 mm in diameter. The lead stem often lies on the ground covered in sand and leaf mould. There are often…
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    • E. cupidus
    • $23,000.00 $19,000.00  /  0.55978 Ƀ
    • Encephalartos cupidus is a species of cycad that is found in the Limpopo Province, South Africa at elevations of 700 up to 1,500m. It is a very attractive, desirable, frost-hardy, dwarf, multi-stemmed cycad with its usually subterranean stem and blue green leaves, suitable for temperate to tropical areas. E. cupidus survives very well in deep soil, full sunlight and is…
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    • E. cycadifolius
    • $25,000.00 $20,000.00  /  0.58924 Ƀ
    • Encephalartos cycadifolius is a species of cycad that is native to the Winterberg mountains to the north of Bedford in the Eastern Cape province, South Africa. It is found at elevations from 1,200 to 1,800 meters. It is a slow-growing, single to multi-stemmed cycad, with a stem of 1.0-1.5 x up to 0.25 m. The leaves are dark olive, 0.6-1.0…
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    • E. dolomiticus
    • $19,000.00 $14,000.00  /  0.41247 Ƀ
    • This species is only found in the Wolkberg, near Penge in the Drakensberg in southeastern Limpopo Province, South Africa, occurring on grassland on shallow soils over dolomite ridges. Recorded from 1,100 to 1,500 m. It is an exceptionally rare blue-leaved African cycad close to extinction in the wild. Very desirable collector plant; blue leaves that twist & spiral upwards blue/green…
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    • E. dyerianus
    • $18,000.00 $14,000.00  /  0.41247 Ƀ
    • E. dyerianus, also known as the Lillie Cycad or Lowveld Cycad, grows in open shrubland and grassland on slopes of a single low granite hill in the Limpopo Province, at an altitude of 700 meters. The stem reaches 4 m in height to 60 cm in diameter. The leaves are long 140-170 cm, blue-matte silver colour, slightly inclined. The stem…
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    • E. dyerianus
    • $18,000.00 $14,000.00  /  0.41247 Ƀ
    • E. dyerianus, also known as the Lillie Cycad or Lowveld Cycad, grows in open shrubland and grassland on slopes of a single low granite hill in the Limpopo Province, at an altitude of 700 meters. The stem reaches 4 m in height to 60 cm in diameter. The leaves are long 140-170 cm, blue-matte silver colour, slightly inclined. The stem…
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    • $18,000.00 $15,000.00  /  0.44193 Ƀ
    • E. dyerianus, also known as the Lillie Cycad or Lowveld Cycad, grows in open shrubland and grassland on slopes of a single low granite hill in the Limpopo Province, at an altitude of 700 meters. The stem reaches 4 m in height to 60 cm in diameter. The leaves are long 140-170 cm, blue-matte silver colour, slightly inclined. The stem…
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    • E. eugene-maraisii
    • $25,000.00 $23,000.00  /  0.67763 Ƀ
    • Encephalartos eugene-maraisii is endemic to South Africa, where it is limited to Limpopo. It is known as the Waterberg cycad. This plant grows in the sandstone hills of the Waterberg Range at 1400 to 1500 meters in elevation. The habitat is grassland and savanna. The species was named for South African naturalist Eugène Marais. It is a medium-sized to large…
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    • E. horridus
    • $45,000.00 $25,000.00  /  0.73655 Ƀ
    • Encephalartos horridus, the Eastern Cape blue cycad, has been described as one of the most unusual of all the South African species. It is a small, low-growing cycad up to 0.9 m high and 0.9 m wide. It is a native of Eastern Cape Province, South Africa, and found in arid shrublands, most commonly on ridges and slopes with shallow…
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    • E. laevifolius
    • $18,500.00 $17,000.00  /  0.50085 Ƀ
    • The main subpopulations of E. laevifolius are found within the catchment of the Crocodile River, near the Kaapsehoop Range west of Nelspruit. Isolated groups are present on the Amajuba high points above Sudwala Caves. About 130 km further to the north, the Mariepskop mountains host a disjunct subpopulation of about four groups of the same species. Isolated smaller colonies are…
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    • E. latifrons
    • $35,000.00 $33,000.00  /  0.97225 Ƀ
    • Encephalartos latifrons, also known as the Albany Cycad, occurs in South Africa in the biodiversity hotspot region known as the Maputaland-Pondoland-Albany hotspot, which is an important centre of plant endemism. It is uncertain how widespread or abundant E. latifrons was prior to human settlement, but there are historic records of populations being scattered through the Albany and Bathurst districts of…
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