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Cycas Species - Rare Drought-Resistant Plants, Cycads from Asia, Australia & Africa

Cycas SpeciesCycas and cycas plant species are closely related to Cycas revoluta (Sago Palm or King Sago), the most popular cycad plant. Cycas are native to Asia, Pacific Islands, Australia and Africa (one species). Popular Cycas species include Cycas revoluta, Cycas taitungensis (Emperor Sago), Cycas panzhihuaensis (Blue Mountain Sago) and Cycas debaoensis (Multipinnate Cycas).

The name Cycas comes from Koikas, Greek for palm, and Cycas are the most palm-like cycads. A beautiful distinguishing feature of Cycas is its new leaflets, which emerge coiled and then slowly unfurl.

These plants are available for sale in the USA only.






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WHAT IS CAUDEX SIZE?

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
(Diameter)
Container Size
(Volume)
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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combined with any other sale term or special. If an item is purchased
using such a "double discount," we reserve the right to either cancel
the order, or modify it to give you the more favorable single discount.





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