Encephalartos lehmannii is also known as the Karoo cycad. It is among the hardiest and most drought-resistant of the cycads of southern Africa - See more at: http://www.cycadpalm.com/enle2.html#sthash.Jmv8gWmX.dpuf
Wood's Cycad (Encephalartos woodii) is a cycad in the genus Encephalartos, and is endemic to the Ongoye Forest of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It is one of the rarest plants in the world, being extinct in the wild with all specimens being clones of the type. The specific and common name both honour John Medley Wood, curator of the Durban Botanic Garden and director of the Natal Government Herbarium of South Africa, who discovered the specimen in 1895.