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Macrozamia mountperriensis

The size of this plant is: about 4 years old. 2-3 cm base, leaves about 40-60 cm tall. Mid-sized Macrozamia from a few locations by the coast in Central Queensland, close to "Mount Perry". Elegant arching glossy leaves.

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The size of this plant is: about 4 years old. 2-3 cm base, leaves about 40-60 cm tall. Mid-sized Macrozamia from a few locations by the coast in Central Queensland, close to "Mount Perry". Elegant arching glossy leaves.

Mid-sized Macrozamia from a few locations by the coast in Central Queensland, close to "Mount Perry". Elegant arching glossy leaves.

 According to the IUCN website "This species occurs in south central Queensland, Australia, where it is distributed from the Mount Perry region west of Bundaberg and scattered colonies as far south as Biggenden and as far east as Aramara. Recorded to occur between 50 and 400 m asl. This species grows on sheltered slopes, ridges and gullies under sparse, tall, dry sclerophyll forest. Land clearance has resulted in the loss of habitat.  "

Cultivation Protected
Plant origin Oceania
Presentation Potted Plant
Max. Size 100cm-150cm
Botanical family Zamiaceae
Light Medium
Minimum winter temperature -5 ºC to 0 ºC
Color Green
Care Pot
Shape Palm-Like Plants