The Ituri Forest cycad (Encephalartos ituriensis) is a cycad species plant. The species belongs to the Zamiaceae family. The plant’s common name is descriptive of the species’ native homeland, the Ituri Forest area in the Democratic Republic of the...
The Eastern Cape blue cycad (Encephalartos horridus) is a small, cycad species plant. The plant is found in the Eastern Cape Province in South Africa. This low-growing plant prefers arid shrubland with shallow soil.
Encephalartos ghellinckii is an evergreen species of cycad plant. The species is a member of the Zamiaceae family. The plant is native to KwaZulu-Natal and northern Transkei in Africa and it is found in three separate yet distinct areas.
Encephalartos ferox is a small species cycad plant from the Zamiaceae family. Its name is derived from the Latin word "ferocious," likely due to spine-tipped lobes on the leaves of the plant.
Encephalartos caffer is commonly referred to as the Eastern Cape dwarf cycad. It is a rare plant from the genus Encephalartos.
Encephalartos altensteinii is a cycad plant species that resembles a palm. It belongs to the family Zamiaceae. Common names of the plant are the Breadtree, Broodbroom, and the Eastern cape giant cycad.
The Coontie (Zamia pumila) is a species of woody plant native to the West Indies and Cuba. It was the first species described for the genus. It is found in a variety of habitats that has well-drained sands or loamy soils. It prefers filtered light to p...