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Encephalartos Heenanii Beauty

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Encephalartos heenanii is a critically endangered species of cycad in the family Zamiaceae, endemic to KwaZulu-Natal. It is threatened by habitat loss. The Encephalartos heenanii, also known as the Heenan’s cycad, is a rare species of extinct cycad (rare even before extinction), native to the coastal forests of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.

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Encephalartos Heenanii is a peculiar cycad that grows as an erect leafy tree up to 6m tall. It is easily identified by its olive green or dark green leaves and black spines that are reddish at the growing tip. The leaflets range in length from 150 to 250mm and are equipped with spines that darken in color as the leaves age.

Encephalartos heenanii is a medium-sized leafed cycad that grows as an upright shrub in South Africa. The small underground stem produces tall, robust light green leaves above ground. Light green to grey-green leaves that arch outwards with a dramatic hint of crimson on the young leaves. The leaves are uniform in breadth and have six to twelve narrow segments with rough edges. Distribution/habitat: Central KwaZulu-Natal province, South Africa (Nkandla district), at 600m.

Encephalartos heenanii is an unusual-looking plant with woody frond stems up to 2 m long that is the same diameter as the fronds. The deciduous leaflets are rigid, oblong to linear, thickened, and frequently canaliculate (channeled). The leaflet edges are complete and equipped with spines pointing downward.

The Zulu water cycad, Encephalartos Heenanii, is a lovely plant with long and narrow brilliant green leaves that would look fantastic in any collection. Encephalartos Heenanii is simple to care for and may be kept in almost any home. It grows nicely in full sun as long as there is adequate drainage.

Encephalartos Heenanii is a cycad that may be cultivated in containers and pots. Because the plant is dangerous, it should not be consumed under any circumstances. If you’re searching for an indoor tropical plant, this is a fantastic option.

Encephalartos plants evolved in the Cape region of South Africa. They thrive in low to medium light conditions with plenty of air movement around the plant. They grow slower than their cousins in this habitat, but make up for it with incredibly intricate foliage. Encephalartos are best suited for pots and should not be utilized outside.

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Indoor plant care is rather straightforward. Beginners should start with a plan that matches their lifestyle, buy the appropriate quantity of sunshine and water, and the plant will likely live longer than it would in a less warm, less welcoming environment.

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1 review for Encephalartos Heenanii Beauty

  1. Evely Nella

    I really love this Elephant Bush. Love the smell, the texture, the color and the way it grows. I have been keeping it in my garden for the past years and it has grown bigger and stronger every year. I have a few other different kinds of plants and they have all turned out to be more or less losers. The Elephant Bush is definitely the winner and since I purchased my plants from this site it has been doing well.

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