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E. msinganus

E.Msinganus. Previously included in the specie Natalensis and confused with the Aemulans and Lebomboensis was then described in 1996 by P. Voster, endemic to Southern Africa, occurring in the Province of KwaZulu Natal can be found growing on north face rock cliffs between crevices and boulders. Stems can reach 3m in length with diameters up to 35cm while the shiny dark green leaves lighter in colour on the underside may grow up to 1.5m. Female cones are light yellow in colour while the seeds are bright red. This is a relatively fast grower and enjoys semi shade to full sun and tolerates light frosts.

Example of an adult Msinganus

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