New Arrivals: SOUTH AFRICAN SPECIES
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    • $45,000.00 $25,000.00  /  0.73516 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  /  0.49991 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  /  0.97042 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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    • E. lehmannii
    • $7,500.00 $6,000.00  /  0.17644 Ƀ
    • Encephalartos lehmannii is a low-growing palm-like cycad that is commonly known as the Karoo cycad. It is endemic to South Africa. This cycad has been described as the hardiest, most drought resistant of the South African species. In the past, many specimens of this cycad were removed from the wild for cultivation. The species name lehmannii commemorates Prof J.G.C. Lehmann,…
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    • $4,000.00 $3,000.00  /  0.08822 Ƀ
    • Encephalartos lehmannii is a low-growing palm-like cycad that is commonly known as the Karoo cycad. It is endemic to South Africa. This cycad has been described as the hardiest, most drought resistant of the South African species. In the past, many specimens of this cycad were removed from the wild for cultivation. The species name lehmannii commemorates Prof J.G.C. Lehmann,…
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    • $5,500.00 $4,000.00  /  0.11763 Ƀ
    • Encephalartos lehmannii is a low-growing palm-like cycad that is commonly known as the Karoo cycad. It is endemic to South Africa. This cycad has been described as the hardiest, most drought resistant of the South African species. In the past, many specimens of this cycad were removed from the wild for cultivation. The species name lehmannii commemorates Prof J.G.C. Lehmann,…
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    • $6,000.00 $5,000.00  /  0.14703 Ƀ
    • Encephalartos lehmannii is a low-growing palm-like cycad that is commonly known as the Karoo cycad. It is endemic to South Africa. This cycad has been described as the hardiest, most drought resistant of the South African species. In the past, many specimens of this cycad were removed from the wild for cultivation. The species name lehmannii commemorates Prof J.G.C. Lehmann,…
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    • E. longifolius
    • $40,000.00 $35,000.00  /  1.02923 Ƀ
    • Encephalartos longifolius, also known as the Suurberg Cycad or Thunberg's Cycad, is a low-growing palm-like cycad that is endemic to South Africa. The species name comes from the Latin longis, long and folius, leaf. This species is found in coastal regions of Eastern Cape Province, South Africa growing at heights of up to six hundred metres. It grows in a variety of…
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    • $3,000.00 $2,500.00  /  0.07352 Ƀ
    • Encephalartos longifolius, also known as the Suurberg Cycad or Thunberg's Cycad, is a low-growing palm-like cycad that is endemic to South Africa. The species name comes from the Latin longis, long and folius, leaf. This species is found in coastal regions of Eastern Cape Province, South Africa growing at heights of up to six hundred metres. It grows in a…
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