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Bowenia serrulata

Bowenia serrulataBowenia serrulata , commonly known as the Byfield Fern, has more in common, appearance wise, with ferns than with cycads. Rather than the typical circular layout of leaves, Bowenia serrulata leaves stand up straight, up to 5 feet high, and are branched, having between 6 and 10 branches on a mature leaf.

The individual leaflets of Bowenia serrulata, arranged bipinnately around the stem, are usually between 2.5 - 4 inches long, 0.75 - 1.25 inches wide, and are a dark, shiny green, with serrated edges.

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