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What are Cycads and How to Grow Them--Watch this Brief Video
What are Cycads? See this Brief Video:

Cycads are living fossils. Rare plants that have survived over 200 million years, since the time of the dinosaurs, before flowering plants existed.

Cycads are drought-tolerant and environmentally friendly. They need little water or other resources to thrive in a garden or in pots.

Cycads are remarkable living sculptures. Striking architectural plants that add a distinctive touch to a garden.

When you grow a cycad, you preserve an endangered species. You are part of a worldwide preservation movement, ensuring survival of plants threatened in the wild.

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Maurice Levin
Jurassic Garden--A&A Cycads

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