Growing Cycads

This page contains basic information on growing cycads, palms, and various succulents.

Encephalartos Cupidus Blyde River Cycad Blyderivierbroodboom S A no 14,14 Pacsoa

Encephalartos Cupidus Blyde River Cycad Blyderivierbroodboom S A no Pacsoa

Cycas revoluta (Cycas du Japon ou Sagoutier)

Cycas revoluta (Cycas du Japon ou Sagoutier)

Cycas thouarsii, the Madagascar Sago. A fast-growing large cycad reaching 10 to 30 feet in the tropics.

Cycas thouarsii, the Madagascar Sago. A fast-growing large cycad reaching 10 to 30 feet in the tropics.

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encephalartos.ghellinckii

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How to Cut Back a Sago Palm

The sago palm (Cycas revoluta) is not a palm at all, but a cycad, a prehistoric class of plants. Sago palms produce a whorl of dark green, feather-like fronds on a single, hairy trunk.

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "jardins avec palmiers"

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "jardins avec palmiers"

Scale is a problem with many houseplants, sucking sap from plants and robbing them of essential nutrients. You can learn how to get rid of scale bugs in this article. Click here for more information.

Scale Bug Info: Learn About Scale Insect Control

Controlling Citrus Scale: How To Treat Types Of Scale On Citrus Plants - Dropping leaves, twig and branch die back, and stunted or distorted fruit may indicate an infestation of citrus scale pests. Find out more about citrus scale control in this article.

OCTOBER 17, 2013 Repotting My Giant Cycads | Some Osmocote plant food was sprinkled over the potting soil.

With autumn weather upon us, it's time to think about moving all of the tropical plants back into the heated greenhouse where they spend the winter months.

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