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Zamia

Zamia

The Zamia genus comprises deciduous shrubs with aerial or subterranean circular stems, often superficially resembling palms. They produce spirally arranged fronds which are soft and downy, at least when young. The leaflets lack a midrib, and are broad. Lower leaflets are not reduced to spines, though the stems often have prickles. The emerging leaves of many Zamia species are striking, some emerging with a reddish or bronze cast. All species of Zamia produce leafy crowns of foliage that make them charismatic garden specimens and most varieties branch heavily in age to produce handsome clumps. With a few exceptions, most Zamia species are found in warm, humid, tropical rainforest habitats, growing in the forest understory and we are pleased to offer a lovely selection from Josef Perner's Cycad International.
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