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E. lehmanii

E.Lehmannii. Described in 1833 in the genus “Zamia” and later transferred to Encephalartos in 1834, endemic to Southern Africa occurring in the Eastern Cape Province, this small to medium beautiful cycad can be found in semi-arid regions growing on cliffs and mountain slopes of sandstone formation and occasionally on edges of a dry water course, must be grown in full sun in a neutral to alkaline soil. The climate is very hot summers and severe cold winters with frost being common and droughts frequent thus making it a very hardy drought resistant plant. The stems are normally very thick growing up to 1.5m tall and diameters up to 50cm, the leaves reaching 1.5m are a glaucous bluish grey colour, older leaves turning to a more dark blue grey colour while the cones of the female are green with minute fine black hairs and the seeds are bright red and large in size. A very attractive specie with excellent ornamental qualities.

Example of an adult Lehmannii



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E lehmanii 1cm

E lehmanii 1cm

€16.00

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E lehmanii 8cm

E lehmanii 8cm

€128.00

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