CYCAD GARDENS OF EUDLO

CYCAD GARDENS OF EUDLO

  • Specializing in Encephalartos Cycad species of Africa
  • Our cycad garden is made up of 6 acres of landscape rockeries
  • Established 26 Years, featured on 5 different TV garden shows and "Worlds Greatest Gardens" DVD.
  • Approximately 3000 Cycads on display in our gardens and nursery, most are encephalartos
  • Our nursery has an extensive selection of Rare Encephalartos Cycad Seedlings on display
  • African cycad plants and seedlings for sale- buy cycads from one of Australia's largest cycad growers
  • Exporting worldwide (full documentation) & throughout Australia

Encephalartos Cerinus

Encephalartos Cerinus

Cycads For Sale

A highly ornamental dwarf cycad from South Africa. Almost extinct in nature. Attractive waxy blue/green leaves, distinctive green cones turning yellow on maturity. Sun or shade, a compact grower, good in a pot or rockery, needs excellent drainage. Ve...

Encephalartos Dyerianus

Encephalartos Dyerianus

Cycads For Sale

A rare blue leaved African cycad, vigorous in cultivation, existing as a single colony in the north of South Africa. Very rarely grown. Blue/green cones, erect uniform blue leaves. Stunning feature plant. Makes offsets readily. One of the very choic...

Encephalartos Hirsutus

Encephalartos Hirsutus

Cycads For Sale

An exceptionally rare blue leaved cycad from South Africa. Highly prized, stunning blue cones, woolly leaves, almost extinct in nature. Needs very good drainage & full sun. Almost unknown in cultivation. No stock

Encephalartos Horridus

Encephalartos Horridus

Cycads For Sale

A highly ornamental blue leaved South African cycad that is highly prized by plant lovers and collectors. Comes in a normal & a dwarf form. Cones are blue/grey to brown. Possibly the most popular blue leaved cycad of all. Great in a pot or rockery, n...

Encephalartos Lehmannii

Encephalartos Lehmannii

Cycads For Sale

The cycad with the bluest leaves. A beautiful medium sized collector plant with brownish cones & highly attractive uniform blue fronds. Likes full sun and excellent drainage. Great as a feature plant in a pot, rockery or as a stand out display plant...

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Testimonials

"I am one of the many very satisfied customers of Peter Heibloom of the Cycad Gardens of Eudlo. His collection of cycads is very impressive and I made my initial purchase of ungerminated seeds. After a couple of correspondences and seeing his list of seedlings and the incredibly cheaper price (compared to growers I visit in Thailand and the Philippines), I told myself that I have to visit his garden. I took the train from Brisbane and headed to Eudlo. Peter was kind enough to pick me up at the train station. His garden is much more impressive than the pictures on his website and I was like a kid in a candy store. The various cycads in his collection growing in Eudlo's sloping terrain were truly amazing and spectacular. He and his wife Clare even offered some home cooked soup (yummy) and bread while waiting for my purchase to be packed. I surely envy the collection Peter has! Peter is a very honest and reliable person to deal with and is very generous in giving me pointers on the growing and caring of the cycads. I ended up buying more than what I originally plan to get as some other varieties were unbelievably cheap. Peter was also generous in giving discounts (as I purchased a lot). My cycads are growing quite well in my garden in the Philippines. I hope I can visit his cycad paradise again."
Florinio Lazo



Photo galleries
The cycad photo galleries contain many spectacular photographs of the rarest encephalartos cycad species - including: Altensteinii, Aemulans, Barteri, Bubalinus, Caffer, Cerinus; Concinnus, Cupidus; Delucanus, Dolomiticus, Dyerianus, Eugene Maraissi, Ferox, Frederici Guilelmie, Gratus, Heildbrandtii, Hirsutus; Horridus, Heenani, Inopinus,Ituriensis, Kisambo, Laevifolius, Latifrons; Lehmannii, Longifolius, Laurentianus, Lebomboensis, Lanatus, Manikensis, Middleburgensis, Msinganus, Munchii, Marunguensis, Natalensis, Ngoyanus, Nubimontanus, Princeps, Pterogonus, Sclavoi, Schmitzii, Senticosus, Trispinosus, Turneri, Transvenosus, Umbeluziensis, Villosus, Whitelockii.