THIS PLANT IS ON C.I.T.E.S. AND CANNOT BE EXPORTED
A rare species of Northern Madagascar that is closely related to E. ankarensis but is seen to be more compact and with glabrous leaves in most adult plant. We note that most seedlings are very pubescent. An upright grower with a thick trunk-like caudex, crowned by oblong-lanceolate leaves, preceded by flowers at the apex. The cyathea are pinkish. Grow bright, out of direct sun.