Queen Sago [Cycas circinalis]. The trunk of this one is about 5' tall; overall the plant is about 12' tall.
Seed of the Queen Sago [Cycas circinalis].
Cycas rumphii on the Los Angeles arboretum
IN a private garden, La Habra, Southern California
Leu GArdens, Orlando Florida
Four-stemmed queen sago, Venice, Florida, October 2003
This cone was bigger than the size of a basket ball. She was HUGE, and had some seeds.
Taken Dec.2003, Mitchell Park Conservatory , Milwaukee,WI
Here's a Cycas leaf. Note the prominent midrib and flat shape.
this plant is in cairo egypt
this plant is grwon in egypt
A beautiful queen sago at Pinewood Estate in Florida, 2002.
New growth on Cycas circinalis at Anuenue Ranch, Hana, Hawaii
this plant is in conrad cairo hotel
First flush in five years. Part shade didnt suit it. A full sun turnaround.
Cycas circinalis in Fort Myers, FL
At my mom's house.
in its happy corner
Compare to 2011. A nice comeback continues...
Compare to 2011,2013, same plant. Loves sun.
landscape plants in Hawaii
Compare to 2011,2013,2014.
Paulista Museum, Brazil. Photo courtesy of Karl Gercens. Copyright Karl Gercens. Conservatory Horticulturist at Longwood Gardens. http://www.karlgercens.com