Encephalartos natalensis

Botanical Name: Encephalartos natalensis

Common Name(s): Natal giant cycad

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Description:

It has exceptionally long leaves, with leaflets 150–250mm long. Leaves are toothed, and more prominent on young plants. Bears up to five golden-yellow cones. Needs a rich, moist, well-drained soil. Relatively fast growing.

Family: Zamiaceae

Botanical Pronunciation: en-sef-uh-LAR-tos nuh-tal-EN-sis

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Frost Sensitive
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Indigenous
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Low Maintenance
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High Watering

Cone Bearing

Bears up to five golden-yellow cones.

Encephalartos natalensis cone bearing

Foliage

Description:
It has exceptionally long leaves, with leaflets 150–250mm long. Leaves are toothed, and more prominent on young plants.


Growth Rate

Moderate

Origin

Indigenous to South Africa.

 

Size

4 m * 3 m

Soil Conditions

Needs a rich, moist, well-drained soil.

 

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