h= 50-70 cm - Stem Base = 5-6 cm. BARE-ROOTED. New cycad described in 2002, from the cool mountains of Northern Thailand, where night freezes at - 5 C occur in winter, as well as occasional snowfall.
New cycad described in 2002, from the cool mountains of Northern Thailand, where night freezes at - 5 C occur in winter as well as occasional snowfall. Cycas petrea is known only from a single line of limestone mountains flanking the Phu Kra Dung massif to the east. There it grows on steep limestone cliffs with no soil cover. The trunk attains 2 m (6 ft), leaves are dark green, slightly waxy, held on a long petiole. A strong grower.
We currently offer a seven years old plant grown in 22x22 cm pots, locally grown from seed. Their size is: h= 50-70 cm - Stem Base = 5-6 cm.
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