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E. septentrionalis

E.Septentrionalis. Described in 1871 found in Sudan and Uganda, this small to medium cycad can be found growing among rocks on slopes and plateaux of mountain ranges where the climate is tropical with hot, humid summers and mild winters. Annual fires are common in the grassland habitat where this specie grows. Plants will grow in full or filtered sun, requires excellent drainage and frost tolerance is very low. Stems reaching 2m can be erect or slightly reclining, growing in clumps of two or three stems with suckers produced sparsely. Mature leaves can reach 1m in length and are a light green colour, numerous in a obliquely erect although straggly crown. Cones are green at first becoming yellowish brown at maturity, seeds are oblong, angular and dark red. Much information is lacking about this specie.

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