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Zamia inermis Seedlings

Zamia inermis Seedlings

Item # SdlgZamIne

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Zamia inermis was described by botanists Andrew Vovides, John Rees & Mario Vázquez Torres 1983. Its name derives from the absence of prickles on the petiole and rachis of the leaf. It is native to central Veracruz, Mexico where it grows in deciduous forests on steep slopes in low mountains at 1000 feet in altitude, on dry volcanic soils.
Its numerous stiff, spineless and erect leaves form a funnel pattern. Its seeds are brown at maturity as opposed to the pink to red to orange red seeds of other terrestrial Zamias.
Zamia inermis is known from only a single population that is severely threatened by fire, over collection, and apparently eradication of its pollinator. It is primarily cultivated in botanical and private gardens.


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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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Zamia inermis Seedlings