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Encephalartos - Wikipedia
Encephalartos is a genus of cycad native to Africa.Several species of Encephalartos are commonly referred to as bread trees, bread palms or kaffir bread, since a bread-like starchy food can be prepared from the centre of the stem. The genus name is derived from the Greek words en (within), kephalē (head), and artos (bread), referring to the use of the pith to make food.
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Encephalartos Cycads - The Species - Jungle Music
All Encephalartos cycads are only natively from Africa. None are naturally found on any other continent. The highest concentration of species is in South Africa. All species would be considered rare, desirable and almost all can be grown easily in Southern California. The majority of these species like full sun unless you live in a desert area.
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Encephalartos | plant genus | Britannica
Encephalartos, a genus of 65 species of palmlike cycads (family Zamiaceae), native to central and southern Africa and grown elsewhere as conservatory and house plants. The genus includes both tuberous and columnar varieties; they sometimes have spiny foliage. A breadlike food is prepared from the
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Encephalartos woodii - Wikipedia
Encephalartos woodii, Wood's cycad, is a rare cycad in the genus Encephalartos, and is endemic to the oNgoye Forest of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.It is one of the rarest plants in the world, being extinct in the wild with all specimens being clones of the type. The specific and common name both honour John Medley Wood, curator of the Durban Botanic Garden and director of the Natal Government ...
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The Encephalartos Species: THE collector genus of cycad ...
Encephalartos bubalinus- this is a relatively uncommon species in cultivation though not endangered currently (too hard to get to this plant in its native central Africa). It is a slightly smaller species with relatively straight leaves and narrow, closely spaced leaflets ending in sharp spines.
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Encephalartos | Definition of Encephalartos by Merriam-Webster
Encephalartos definition is - a genus of arborescent African cycads (family Cycadaceae) having stout cylindrical trunks and a terminal crown of mostly long spiny pinnate leaves.
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Africa Cycads - E. nubimontanus (Blue Cycad)
Encephalartos nubimontanus is the fastest growing blue leaved African cycad, more vigorous than other members of the 'Eugene-maraisii complex', it forms clusters of offsets, handles wetter conditions and prefers full sun. It is hardy, adaptable and striking in appearance. As a garden subject, it is one of the most spectacular of all cycad species and is quite adaptable in cultivation.
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Africa Cycads - Welcome
Encephalartos humilis (Latin humilis, humble or lowly), is a dwarf species with very little clear trunk and short, keeled, twisted and recurved leaves with entire leaflets. This species grows in subalpine grassland, on slopes on sandy soils over sandstones and are often wedged between sandstone rocks.
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IUCN Red List of Threatened Species
Established in 1964, The International Union for Conservation of Nature’s Red List of Threatened Species has evolved to become the world’s most comprehensive information source on the global conservation status of animal, fungi and plant species. The IUCN Red List is a critical indicator of the health of the world’s biodiversity. Far more than a list of species and their status, it is a ...
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Encephalartos latifrons - Succulents Cycads
Encephalartos latifrons is very rare in cultivation, and when available, very expensive. Its slow growth and rare coning also add to a limited number of cultivated plants on the market. Encephalartos latifrons is a very slow growing species, putting out new leaves every two to three years. Plant in full sun.
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