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Ceratozamia zaragozae

Ceratozamia zaragozae

Ceratozamia zaragozae originates in shaded pine and oak forests in the state of San Luis Potosi, Mexico, at about 8500 feet in altitude. It is among the most cold-tolerant of Ceratozamias, handling frost as well as high temperatures.

Ceratozamia zaragozae is a small to medium-sized cycad which in nature develops an ovoid trunk eventually reaching 8-10 inches in height, with an additional length of trunk below ground. Its leaves emerge with brown woolly hairs, growing at maturity to 3 feet long. They are dark green and shiny, with leaflets emerging from the leaf spirally twisted.

Endangered in its native habitat, Ceratozamia zaragozae is popular among collectors. It prefers a shady, moist position in well drained soil.

Ceratozamia zaragozae Plants
1 Inch Caudex Size Plants

Ceratozamia zaragozae Plants
1.5 Inch Caudex Size Plants

Ceratozamia zaragozae Plants
2 Inch Caudex Size Plants

Ceratozamia zaragozae Plants
2.25 Inch Caudex Size Plants

Ceratozamia zaragozae Plants
3 Inch Caudex Size Plants

Ceratozamia zaragozae Plants
4.5 Inch Caudex Size Plants

Ceratozamia zaragozae Plants
4.75 Inch Caudex Size Plants

Ceratozamia zaragozae Plants
3.25 Inch Caudex Size Plants


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You’ll notice we list and price cycads by their caudex size (diameter in inches). The caudex is a cycad’s woody, bulblike trunk. Caudex diameter is a good measure of a cycad's age. The chart below can give you a rough idea of how this translates to pot size.

Caudex Size
Container Size
Up to 1 Inch 1-2 Gallon
1 Inch to 3 Inch 3-5 Gallon
3 Inches to 7 Inches 15 Gallon
7 Inches and Up 24 Inch Box

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