Zamia Furfuracea (Cardboard Palm/Cardboard Cycad/Jamaican Sago/Mexican Cycad)
- Plant Care
A popular houseplant, Zamia furfuracea, is a plant native to Veracruz State in Mexico. Zamia inspire hobby gardeners as a spectacular container. Thanks to their unimaginably long evolution, all Zamia species have developed a legendary robustness that, in particular, brings the joy of gardening to inexperienced beginners.
The cardboard palm has pinnate leaves, much like the palm tree. But they are more rounded and have thick, tuberous stems. Cardboard palm has no distinguishing fragrance and produces a cone instead of flowers. Cardboard palm is an evergreen tree with a small plant size and strong adaptability, which makes it suitable for home pot farming.
- Full sun benefits the plant best during its growing season and while young, but it can still thrive in partial sunlight.During the growing season, the soil should be slightly moist. Allow the top inch of soil to dry out before needing to water again.Cardboard palms prefer well-drained, sandy potting mix.15 – 35 °CApply all-purpose fertilizer.
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