Cardboard Plant, Zamia furfuracea
This beautiful, low growing ornamental is not a true palm but belongs to the Cycad family. Gets its nickname for thick, stiff, fuzzy foliage. Its leaves resemble the shape of a giant fern that grow to 3-4 feet in length and emerge from the center point to form a rosette. The male cardboard palm produces a cone in July that pollinates female plants which form orange seeds. An excellent place to plant this palm is around a patio or a shady area under other larger palms or trees.