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Ngotshe Cycad - green, thorny, fast growing
Alexandria Cycad - wide leaflets, gets blue with age
Rare isolated population - blue with wide leaflets,
Eastern Cape dwarf cycad - rare, green with window pane leaflets
Waxen Cycad - dwarf cycad, waxy leaves, steely blue
Blyde River Cycad - ultra rare, blue, dwarf, slow growing, thorny
Wolkberg Cycad - ultra rare, blue, leaf twist at the tips, banana leaflet
Lillie cycad - ultra rare, blue coloring, toothed leaflet margins
Waterberg Cycad - rare, blue, gorgeously twisted leaves
White Haired Cycad - rare, blue, cold hardy, thin leaflets aka "Freddy G"
Voi Cycad - Fast growing, green, attains massive size if planted in the ground.
Eastern Cape Cycad - Most popular Encephalartos. Twisted, gnarly, thorny, icy blue
Eastern Cape Cycad - Dwarf form of E. horridus, more compact and produces offsets profusely.
Karoo Cycad - Icy blue, cold hardy, leaflets with little to no spines once mature
Thunberg's Cycad - Blue, gorgeously recurved wide leaflets with little to no marginal spines once mature.
Munch’s Cycad - From Mozambique. Fast growing with bluish-green leaves
Middelburg Cycad - Ultra Rare, blue transvaal species
Msinga cycad - Fast grower, green, very spiny
Black Mountain Cycad - Extinct in the wild, blue, several different forms.
Kei Cycad - Rare, blue, gorgeously stacked leaflets with no marginal spines once mature.
Bushman’s River Cycad - Intensely blue, twisted often with thresher shark like leaflets
Umbeluz Cycad - Rare, green cycad with subterranean trunk
Attractive cold hardy cycad from mountainout region of Mexico
Fast growing green cycad from tropical region of Mexico