Zamia Furfuracea


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40cm, 50cm, 60cm, 70cm

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Genus of species of mostly small, dioecious cycads that can be found on dry slopes, in scrub, and in pine forests.
The majority have short, swollen stems, some resembling palms, while others have tuberous, underground stems and look more like ferns.
The habit and pinnate leaves of zamias, which are produced in terminal whorls or rosettes and frequently have numerous narrow, oblong, linear, or ovate leaflets, are what attract growers.