Central American Cycads Flushing New Growth Please visit us a: Here's a short video on some of the Central American cycad species throwing new leaves in my collection. Unfortunately I only get one or two leaves per year out of most species in this climate since their winter quarters are just too cool. All species in the video are true tropical plants.
How to Repot a Cycad Here is a tutorial for repotting a few Central American cycad species, Ceratozamia robusta, Zamia elegantissima v. alba, and Zamia pseudoparasitica. This step by step video will show you how to repot your precious cycads. Sorry about the misuse of the word, coralloid in the video. These specialized roots of cycads are called this due to their coral-like appearance.
Transplanting a Cycad Palm - Prune Like a Pro Gary Knowlton shows the steps to successfully transplanting a Cycad Palm. Visit his website at
Southwest Parks and Gardens - Ganna Walska Lotusland - Succulents and Cycads Southwest Parks and Gardens - Ganna Walska Lotusland - Succulents and Cycads -New Mexico State University 2004 - - Video furnished by Media Productions, New Mexico State University. Noncommercial use only. Public Parks and Gardens of the Southwest. Southwest Yard and Garden, known for showcasing spectacular home landscapes of the great American Southwest, now brings you the best of our region's public parks and gardens, drawn from more than 20 of our most popular episodes. Join host Curtis Smith as he meets with caretakers of some of the finest plant collections in the world.
Palms and Cycads at The Tropical Paradise My garden in Glendale, Arizona, December 29th, 2009. Latitude 33° 32' 19" N. Various tropical plants, palms and cycads. In this video: Mediterranean (European) fan palm (chamaerops humilis), ice plant (delosperma bosseranum), narcissus, dioon edule var. palma sola, canna tropicana, zamia furfuracea, dwarf date palm (Phoenix roebellini), elephant ears (caladium), cycas revoluta, dioon spinulosum, natal plum (carissa macrocarpa), palo brea, dioon edule var. edule, olive tree (oleaceae). The brown stuff on the ground is used coffee grounds from Starbucks.
Lepidozamia peroffskyana in habitat. 3m trunk. This wild grove of Lepidozamia peroffskyana cycads is located on Mt Tamborine. Mt Tamborine (a 525m high plateau) is located in Queensland Australia approx 1 hours drive South of Brisbane, or 1 hour North-West of the Gold Coast. It is a great place to see flora and Fauna of Australia. It is also a great holiday destination with many cafes, restaurants, shops and viewpoints.
Southwest Parks and Gardens - Ganna Walska Lotusland - Succulents and Cycads
Cycads for the shade garden 2 Please visit my site: Here's the second installment of my shade growing cycads. In fact Dioon spinulosum is not necessarily a shade growing plant, but I think they look healthier with at least some shade.
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Daphne on frozen cycads & palms: Central Texas Gardener When do you give up on plants that got frozen last winter? Daphne Richards has the answer. Her featured plant is Artemisia 'Powis Castle' to bring ever-silver attention to sunny garden beds.
Cycad Conservation Work to conserve rare cycads is being carried out at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Video copyright Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
Phillip Honeyborne cycad law.mp4 Phillip Honeyborne Talks about the law on indiginous cycads of South Africa
Cycads: The 35 Best Cycads for Landscapes Cycads -- 35 Best Landscape Cycads http Maurice Levin This guide gives people a quick way to decide which cycads would grow best in their gardens, require the least maintenance, look the most beautiful, and give the best value. We included the best species for home gardeners and landsapers: Cycas, Dioon, Encephalartos, Lepidozamia, Macrozamia and Zamia
cycad cone time lapse It's a male cone, bees swarm in and collect pollen.
Palm and cycad garden in Arizona Various types of palms and cycads in a garden near Phoenix, Arizona.
CyCads. CyCads. Members
Cycads at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden Here are some cycads at the Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden in Miami, Florida, on January 14, 2007. Their collection has a very high reputation. The last cycad in this video is over 250 years old.
Encephalartos ghellinkii cycad set on fire To encourage growth on this Encephalartos ghellinkii cycad, it is exposed to a short, very hot fire to simulate a grassland fire.
Dioon edule palma sola cycad and a wiener dog at The Tropical Paradise Macintosh, the good little wiener dog, and I go outside to look at a Dioon edule var. palma sola in my garden in Glendale, Arizona.
Dioon cycad garden Rare cycads in a desert garden near Phoenix, Arizona.
Michael Calonje Introduces the Cycad Collection at Montgomery Botanical Center (MBC). Michael Calonje, Cycad Curator at MBC, discusses the Cycad Collection. A collection of national significance endorsed by the North American Plant Collections Consortium (NAPCC). Montgomery Botanical Center's mission is to advance science, education & conservation of tropical plants, emphasizing palms and cycads. Montgomery Botanical Center keeps living plants from around the world in population-based, documented, scientific collections in a 120-acre botanical garden exemplifying excellent design. Montgomery Botanical Center is a tax-exempt, nonprofit institution established by Nell Montgomery Jennings in memory of her husband, Colonel Robert H. Montgomery, and his love of palms and cycads. Music: Air on a G string (BWV 1068), JS Bach Voices of Music Magnatune Records
Cycads, including Encephalartos + Aloes in a Landscape, Pasadena California Cycads in Pasadena Landscape, http "Jurassic Garden" "Maurice Levin" http
EMERGING CYCAD FRONDS Beautiful new cycad fronds opening over several days, backed by "Faithful" sung by Calvary Chapel Saving Grace
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CYCADS 1980 November 20th, 1980. Three days before the earthquake. Kids, animals, voices run through memories. And on TV. Study for a larger piece.
Cycads in Pots -- Ideal Container Plants Jurassic Garden Cycads are great container plants. Cycad plants have compact root systems, and grow relatively slowly, so they won't outgrow your pot quickly. http
Cycad Rites of Spring and Summer: New Leaves Emerging, By Maurice Levin, Jurassic Garden Cycads: New leaves and cones. http Maurice Levin, Jurassic Garden When cycad leaves emerge on cycad plant species like Encephalartos, Cycas, Dioon, Ceratozamia and Zamia, it's like the rites of spring. This is when these species show some of their most dramatic colors and shapes. Here are a few of these plants in our Jurassic Garden nursery, as well as some attractive cycad cones and a couple of germinating Echeveria leaves. I hope you enjoy this video. Maurice Levin Jurassic Garden -- A&A Cycads
Cycad Scenery Presentation Just an extra credit presentation I did for my first year seminar. i made my own music and thanks to google images for the pictures
World oldest potted plant- Kew Gardens. This huge Jurassic Cyclad botanically called 'Encephalartos altensteninii' which grows at 2.5cm a year, was first installed at Kew in 1775 and has outgrown several pots, it was planted in the most recent 25 years ago. It has another 250 years of life left in it and might have to un dergo further "Pot Re-plantation" within the "Palm House" of Kew Gardens where it has been growing. It has another 250 years of life left and is a "Ripley's Believe It". The ancient cycad was collected in the early 1770s from the Eastern Cape in South Africa by Kew's first plant hunter, Frances Masson. It was one of 500 species gathered for the botanical gardens during Captain Cook's second voyage around the globe. Honestly, i am no fan of "Botanical Study's" just a "Balcony Gardner", but, a visit to Kews gardens is advised to any 'Package tour or backpacker tour" tourist, just, to witness this amazing tree and the basic concept of growing different types of vegetation under "Controlled artificial climatic conditions".:-Blogger/Backpacker Rudolph.A.Furtado(Saturday 29-5-2010 at Kew Gardens in London) z
Alocasia and Cycads ( 不喰芋と蘇鉄 ) Explanation of the Expression "Alocasia and Cycads" Picture of Tanaka Isson. Tanaka Isson ( 22 July 1908 - 11 September 1977 ) was the pseudonym of a Japanese Nihonga painter from the Showa period noted for his flower-and-bird paintings of the Amami Islands. His real name was Tanaka Takashi. Isson was born in what is now Tochigi City, Tochigi Prefecture, as the son of a local sculptor. Interested in art at an early age, he won his first award for a watercolor painting at the age of 7. In 1926, he enrolled in the Tokyo Bijutsu Gakko (the predecessor to the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music), where he specialized in Nihonga painting, but left after a few months without graduating due to his father's illness and lack of funds. From 1938, he lived at various locations in Chiba prefecture, and although his future initially seemed promising, his isolation from the mainstream art circles meant that he had difficulty in establishing a name. He was forced to work at numerous odd jobs to stay alive, while attempting to paint on the side. In the years of World War II, he endured illness and poverty. It was only in 1947, in an exhibition sponsored by Kawabata Ryushi, that his name became known to the art world. In 1958, at the age of 50, he decided to relocate to Amami Ōshima, where he found employment at a silk factory, earning just enough for a frugal life. He continued to paint, using the nature of Amami Oshima for inspiration, and his output through the 1960s and ...
Cycads for the shade garden 1 Here are some cycads I'm growing in my southern Japanese garden. Sorry about all the ants and the incessant cicada singing! Cycas revoluta isn't necessarily shade loving, but I like to keep seedlings in a more protected place until they get a bit bigger. Enjoy and please visit the link above for more about cycads and plants in general.
Cycads in a Landscape, Pacific Palisades, California Cycads we grew, in a Pacific Palisades, CA landscape http "Jurassic Garden" "Maurice Levin" http
Cycads -- Encephalartos in South Africa http Encephalartos is the most striking cycad. In 2010, Maurice Levin and Adam Levin visited South Africa. We were entranced by these native rare endangered species plants. "Jurassic Garden" "Maurice Levin" http
Cycads -- Encephalartos whitelockii installation in Manhattan Beach, California Cycads -- Encephalartos whitelockii http "Jurassic Garden" "Maurice Levin" http
Cycads and Succulents in Pots -- Ideal Container Plants Cycads & Succulents great container plants and pot plants because they're drought-resistant and have compact root systems.
Wiener dog sniffing around a garden with cycads Macintosh, the good little wiener dog, sniffs around a garden in the desert near Phoenix, Arizona.
Cycads in a Southern California Hillside After Winter Rains Cycads, mostly Encephalartos
Cycads: How to grow cycads. What are cycads? All about cycads: Maurice Levin explains what cycads are, how to grow cycads, and how to preserve these endangered species. Maurice Levin, Cycad Grower and Preservationist.
cycad time lapse - new fronds growing on cycas revoluta Kingdom: Plantae Division: Cycadophyta Class: Cycadopsida Order: Cycadales Family: Cycadaceae Genus: Cycas Species: C. Revoluta
Possibly cycads or stromatolites and other fossils Fossils that I find on my journeys hiking through this awsome planet of ours.
Encephalartos horridus: The Jimi Hendrix of Cycads Encephalartos horridus http Please see for more information on this plant. -- The Jimi Hendrix of Cycads -- Encephalartos horridus is the leading plant among the blue cycads of South Africa, enjoying full sun, in a very well drained soil. In habitat, Encephalartos horridus grows in open rocky areas in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. A small-to-medium-sized cycad, Encephalartos horridus grows to 3 feet in trunk height, often forming a dense clump with multiple stems. Its hard, sharply pointed, blue-gray erect leaves are stunning in a garden setting. In the garden, Encephalartos horridus is very attractive grown among succulent plants, or may be used on its own as an accent plant or with low green shrubs to provide contrast. It is frost tolerant.
Sequential - Cycads (1992) me playing pro wrestling. Oh how I wasted so many hours playing this game ---------------------- /djsirg