What is Ensefaratus transvenorthus
Ensefaratus transvenorthus (scientific name:Encephalartos Transvenosus) is a hardy Evergreen shrub of the Cycad family native to Africa. A kind of encephalartos, leaf hairs. Leaves are pinnately compound leaves per leaf length 250 cm. Survived the ice age.
It performs the breeding with a seed. The inflorescence does a cone in dioecism. As for the male flower, a cone is the ovality that is yellow in four from 1, and, as for the length, 30-40cm, a diameter are 13-15cm. As for the female flower, as for the yellow ovoid, the length, as for 50-80cm, the diameter, 13-15cm, the weight have a cone 40kg in four from 1. flower blooms in late summer.
As for the seed, 2-2.7cm, the cone (outer fence meat) are red 4-5cm, a diameter length in ovoid.
General name: Encephalartos Transvenosus
Scientific name:Encephalartos Transvenosus aka:Modjadji cycad classification name: Plantae Gymnosperms gate Cycad rope eye Cycas revoluta, Department of ensefaraltos cycads (encephalartos spp.) origin: South Africa's Limpopo province living type: cold-resistant evergreen shrubs and trees 12 m, stem diameter: 40 cm, length: 150-250 cm, phyllotaxis: pinnately compound leaves, leaf color: gray-green, leaf length: 20 cm, Small leaf shape: elongated pointed, breeding seeds Note: seed to the poison.