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Chamaerops humilis

Common name: European Fan Palm, Mediterranean Dwarf Palm, Dwarf Fan Palm, Palm Cabbage Family: Arecaceae Synonymous: Chamaerops arborescens Chamaerops bilaminata Chamaerops conduplicata Chamaerops depressa Chamaerops elegans Chamaerops macrocarpa Distribution and habitat: Chamaerops humilis is the only palm species native to continental Europe. It is mainly found in south-western...
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Syagrus romanzoffiana

Common Names: queen palm, Cocos plumosa, Arecastrum romanzoffianum Family: Arecacea/Palmae (palm Family) Description This is a palm with an identity crisis! A few decades ago the queen palm was assigned the name Cocos plumosa. During the late sixties and seventies most experts began referring to it as Arecastrum...
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Chamaedorea seifrizii

Chamaedorea seifrizii Common Names: bamboo palm, reed palm Family: Arecacea/Palmae (palm Family) Description Have a low light area in your home or office that needs some green? You say you want a low maintenance but graceful looking palm to show off? Well, it doesn’t get any better than...
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Zamia furfuracea

Common name: Cardboard Plant, Cardboard Sago, Jamaican Sago, Mexican Cycad, Cardboard Cycad, Cardboard Palm Family: Zamiaceae Synonymous: Palmifolium furfuraceum Palma pumila Zamia crassifolia Zamia gutierrezii Zamia vestita Zamia fusca Zamia maritima   Distribution and habitat: Zamia furfuracea is a cycad native to Mexico in a small mountain range...
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Cycas revoluta

Common name: Sago palm, King Sago, Sago Cycad, Japanese Sago Palm Family: Cycadaceae Distribution and habitat: Cycas revoluta is a species of gymnosperm in the family Cycadaceae, native to southern Japan. It is found in thickets on hillsides, usually between 100 and 500m (330-1650 feet) altitude. Cycas revoluta...
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Macrozamia communis

Common name: Common Burrawang, Burrawang Family: Zamiaceae Distribution and habitat: Macrozamia communis is a cycad found on the east coast of Australia. Locally abundant in wet to dry sclerophyll forests, in coastal areas they grow in sandy soils and in nearby coastal ranges they grow in gravelly loams....
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