Encephalartos is a genus of cycad native to Africa. Several species of Encephalartos are commonly referred to as bread trees, bread palms or kaffir bread, since a bread-like starchy food can be prepared from the centre of the stem. The genus name is derived from the Greek words en (within), kephalē (head), and … See more
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Encephalartos grow and care – tree of the genus Encephalartos also known as Bread trees, Encephalartos perennial evergreen used as ornamental plant, can grow in subtropics, temperate, mediterranean, desert, tropical climate or as houseplant plant and growing in hardiness zone 8+.What is Encephalartos altensteinii?
Encephalartos altensteinii - this is one of the most commonly grown and available species in cultivation. It is easy and fast growing (for a cycad). This is a green plant that has long, lanceolate leaves that end in several small but very sharp spines. Leaves tend to be straight, not arching.What is Encephalartos manikensis?
Encephalartos manikensis is one of the ‘type' species which is related to many of the other species listed here, and is another ‘non-descript' species with a number of synonyms (probably more than any other Encephalartos ). It is a fairly easy species to grow though it grows decidedly faster in a humid, tropical climate than in an arid one.Can you sell Encephalartos in South Africa?
In South Africa one requires a permit from Nature Conservation to move, sell, buy, donate, receive, cultivate and sell Endangered Flora and to own adult cycads. On an international level all species and hybrids of Encephalartos are on Appendix I of CITES, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora.
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