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Zamia furfuracea  Cardboard Palm

Zamia furfuracea – Cardboard Palm Zamia furfuracea – Cardboard Palm Zamia furfuracea – Cardboard Palm Zamia furfuracea – Cardboard Palm
Product Code: Y2-10100
Ornamental Value: Pretty
Availability: In Stock

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Minimum order value for orders containing SMALL PACKETS only is EUR 25. For orders containing WHOLESALE sizes only (or mixed orders) minimum order value is EUR 100.
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Size: Small Packets
Seeds Weight Price
  • 10 seeds
0.01 kg EUR 5.80

Size: Wholesale
Seeds Weight Price
  • 100 seeds
0.07 kg EUR 11.00
  • 1,000 seeds
0.66 kg EUR 49.00

Quantity:  
  • Ornamental Value (low–high) 4
    4.0
  • Germination (difficult–easy) 4
    4.2
  • Germination Time (years–days) 5
    4.5
  • Plant Care (difficult–easy) 4
    3.5
  • Speed of Growth (slow–fast) 3
    3.0
  • Total 4
    4.1
A robust, adaptable and quick growing plant with a short, clustering trunk and a compact crown of light green leaves. Its common name refers to the very thick, felty, elliptic leaflets. The Cardboard palm is native to coastal areas on the southern Gulf Coast of Mexico and has become a popular plant in the horticultural trade for its ornamental qualities and its ease of growth (indeed, in many tropical places, it proliferates to such an extent that it is considered a weed!). It can easily be grown in a pot indoors and is a great ground cover for a sunny border in the tropics and mild subtropics.
Cultural Requirements
Sun Exposure Full sun from early age
Light shade when young
Light shade in dry, hot climates
Frost Tolerance Light
Water Requirements Moderate
Drought Tolerance Yes
Wind Tolerance High
Appearance
Growth Rate Moderate
Growth Form Subshrub
Ornamental Value Pretty
Uses
Properties Dioecious
Evergreen
Hazards Poisonous
Spiny
Gardening Ground Cover
Indoor
Mass Planting
Ornamental
Potted
Classification
Plant Group Cycads
Botanical Order Cycadales
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