Artificial Cycas Artificial Cycas
Artificial CycasArtificial Cycas

Artificial Cycas

Our fabulous 90cm artificial cycas has a thick decorative stem and features long spikey foliage. Perfect if you want to add a tropical vibe to your surroundings.
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  • £69.99 inc VAT

Size - Height in cm


Categories: Plants, Cactus & Succulents, Pre-Potted Plants, Office Plants, Large Plants, Palm & Exotic Trees

Not suitable for outdoor use

This plant is made using delicate materials which are not UV protected.

We do not recommend using this outside.

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True Measurements

Artificial plants are measured in a range of different ways.

The measurements shown on this page are accurate once the plant has been fully dressed out.

Available for immediate dispatch

This product is available for immediate dispatch and is eligible for our upgraded delivery options. Delivery costs from £3.99 inc VAT.

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Your artificial cycas will arrive in a plain black pot. Our artificial cycas is cemented into this pot to provide stability and therefore is ok to be displayed straight out of the box. However, we do suggest replanting into a more decorative plant pot to compliment your artificial cycas. We offer a large variety of premium plastic plant pots in a mixture of shapes, sizes and colours, so finding the perfect pot for your plant couldn’t be any easier!


  • Height: 90cm (3ft)
  • Pot measures: 20cm (d) x 18cm (h)
  • Handmade – please allow for small variations
  • Natural wooden stem
  • Width: 90cm (3ft)
  • Leaves per tree: 30
  • Plastic spikey fronds

The cycas (sometimes mistakenly referred to as a cycas palm) is the only genus recognised in the family cycadacaea. They are native to Asia, Pacific Islands, Australia and Africa. The natural cycas has been grown on the earth for millions of years; our artificial cycas has been made to stand the test of time, but maybe just not that long!

Looking for a different style? View our full range of artificial palm trees here.

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