Easy plant ideal for beginners
Survives in low light
Drought-tolerant plant, so you can forget to water it
It has small leaves.
Its leaves have only 1 color
Recommended for bedroom, office
This plant is toxic if ingested
Images of Zamioculca Zamiifolia
ZZ Plant care
I like to place my ZZ plants next to a north-facing window so it can get direct morning sunlight or a few feet far from east, south or west-facing window because the sun it's too strong.
Yellow foliage and smooth stems are also a sign of too much water. Although the ZZ plant will tolerate dry soil, it is likely to drop its leaves if it is left too dry, too long.
Zamioculca is fine with average home humidity because it can tolerate slightly dry air.
Fertilize ZZ plant once every six months or so with a general-purpose fertilizer labeled for use on houseplants. You can also fertilize more frequently if you want your plant to grow larger and faster.
Lhe let soil of your Zamioculca dry out completely before watering it.
Propagate it only when it's outgrowing its current home.
Don't take pots that outsize the plant because It likes to be tight.
Wipe the leaves with a damp cloth and gently dry to keep them clean and healthy.
Don't place your zz plant in the sun for long periods, nor afternoon sun.
ZZ plant is toxic if ingested, so pay attention to your pets
Place your zamioculca in the bedrooms or living room because it's an air purifier plant.