Zamioculca Zamiifolia Raven


Zamioculca Zamiifolia raven born the summer of 2017. It has an attractive dark glossy foliage and it's easy to care.

Zamioculca Zamiifolia Raven is also known as zz plant raven, zuzu plant.

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ZZ Plant Raven care

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    Light exposure

    Zamioculca Zamiifolia raven will get the best and healthiest growth in bright, indirect sunlight. It's well known for tolerating low light but take in account that it's growth will be slower.

    Morning sun is fine, but keep it out of hot, direct sunlight which can scorch its leaves.

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    ZZ plant grow from thick, round tuberous rhizomes. These store water as do the thick, fleshy roots & somewhat spongy stems. Water your Zamioculca thoroughly but allow the top 2 inches (5 cm) of soil to dry out between waterings.

    Soggy soil will cause the rhizomes to rot so pay attention either how much water you use and the type of soil you use.

    Yellow foliage and soft stems are also a sign of too much water. Although ZZ plant will tolerate dry soil, it will likely drop its leaves if left too dry, too long.

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    Average house humidity is advised but increase humidity when using the articifial heating within the home.

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    Zamioculca Zamiifolia doesn't need much fertilizer, provide once a month a balanced liquid fertilizer which is diluted during the main growing season (April - August).

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    • Water you Zamioculca throughly but let it dry between waterings.
    • Propagate it only when it's outgrowing its current home.
    • Wipe the leaves with a damp cloth and gently dry to keep them clean and healthy.
    • Don't place it in the sun.

Videos explaining how to take care of a zz plant

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Video created by Summer Rayne Oakes about how to take care of a zz plant