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ZZ Plant

Botanical Name
Zamioculcas zamiifolia
Min Zone
Max Zone
2 to 3 feet
2 to 3 feet
Erect spike of numerous tiny creamy white flowers encased by a sheath-like green spathe
Bright, indirect light to very low light
Slightly dry
Planting & Care
  • Water regularly, but allow soil to dry out between waterings
  • Do not allow roots to sit in water
  • Avoid cold drafts
  • Easily propagated from leaf cuttings and divisions
  • All parts of this plant are toxic to childen, cats and dogs
None serious
  • Raven - black leaves
  • Zenzi - curled leaves toward tips
  • Zamicro - dwarf variety

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