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PLANTS IN FIELD

Cycas revoluta

The Cycas is surviving of a group of neighboring vegetables of the coniferous that populated the earth more than a hundred million years ago. This strange and captivating plant, is dioic and it has a great resemblance to the giant ferns and the palms.
It belongs to the family of the Cycadaceae is defined as similar to the palms because it also has an only point of growth located in the center of the trunk. The trunk can end up measuring 3 m, robust, right and usually not ramified. The leaves can end up measuring 1,5 m length.
It supports the wild ground and climatology but it doesn't support lingering very cold climates.

Cycas revoluta
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