Zamia furfuracea f. ex
Zamia furfuracea L. f. ex Aiton
Cardboard palm is a native of Mexico. It is a member of the cycad family, and a popular cultivated plant.
Identification: Cardboard palm has leaves 20-59" (50-150 cm) emerging from a central point in the ground, forming a rosette. It can reach 3' (91 cm) in height. The leaves are tough, thick, and fuzzy, composed of 6 to 12 pairs of leaflets up to 3-8" (8-20 cm) × 1-1¾" (3-5 cm). The leaves feel a bit like cardboard when rubbed, hence the common name.
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Zamia furfuracea f. ex on Cal Lamke's Cal's Plant of the Week, at the University of Oklahoma's Department of Botany and Microbiology
Zamia furfuracea f. ex on ARKive: Images of Life on Earth
Zamia furfuracea f. ex description by Thomas H. Kent, last updated 16 Aug 2013.
Range: Zones 9-11: