Burrawang Cycad (Macrozamia communis)


The Burrawang is a resiliant drought tolerant Australian cycad endemic to coastal ranges of Central to Southern New South Wales but suits the weather of most Australian regions providing drainage is adequate.  Their foliage is upright and gracefull and resemble in some respects the appearance of Xanthorrhoea australis.  Like other cycads, the Burrawang has not changed botanically much over the last 180 million years giving them the name “Dinosaur food”. The plant is also low maintenance like many other cycads.

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Plant size

75mm tube, 140mm, 200mm, 300mm