Ceratozamia genus. This genus has 9 species of dioecious, evergreen, perennial cycads found in forest, on dry upland, among dense, tangled brushwood. They are palm-like, with short swollen trunks. The leaves are leathery, terminal rosettes or whorls. Cone-like male and female inflourescences are borne in summer. The female cones are solitary and dull-green while the male cones are narrower and grey-green. They grow as houseplants in frost-prone areas, and specimen plants in lawn or patio in warmer areas.
Perennials, Evergreens, Palms
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