Macrozamia Moorei.

Macrozamia Moorei.

Macrozamia Moorei.


The Macrozamia Moorei is imposing and attractive palm-like Cycad. It is one of the most primitive and unusual ornamentals. A crown of gracefully curving deep green/bluish glossy leaves top an extremely stout trunk. Slow growing and evergreen it will tolerate a range of soils as long as they are well draining. It is the largest of the Macrozamias and a very striking and rare cycad. Definitely one for the collectors. Comes with its own conservation tag with number to show it has been legally and sustainably sourced for the retail market.

Latin Name: Macrozamia Moorei.

Common Name: Moore's Cycad.

Native to: Australia, Central Queensland

Hardiness: Hardy down to -5.

Growth Characteristics: Evergreen. Slow growing and upright. Glossy bright green(becoming blue-green as they mature) flat, leathery leaves which are finely feathered. Caudex is stout.

Sunlight: Full sun/partial shade.

Exposure: Sheltered.

Soil: Well drained.

Moisture: Fairly drought tolerant.

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