ZZ Plant, Zanzibar Gem, Zamioculcas Zamiifolia
Water once soil is dry
Height: 0"Pot Size: 0"Branches: 2
.Bright Indirect Sunlight
Very Low MaintenanceEasy To Grow
Indoor Plants, Low Light Indoor Plants,Air Purifying Plants, Plants for Office Desk, Plants for Living Rooms
The ZZ plant can tolerate weeks of neglect making it a great choice for frequent travellers and office spaces.
ZZs are known to purify the surrounding air from deadly toxins like Toluene, Xylene, and Benzene making it one of the best Air Purifying Plants.
It can grow up to a height of 2 - 3 feet.
Even though your Zee Zee Plant prefers bright, indirect light, it can grow fine in low light as well. This makes it ideal to keep in Office Spaces and Washrooms
Your ZZ loves a humid climate.
ZZs can survive months without water. Although, it will grow faster if watered more regularly (every one or two weeks).
Ensure that the soil is dry before watering.
Your plant does not require fertilizers to thrive. If required, use an indoor plant fertilizer diluted to half-strength one or two times during its active growing season (summer)
ZZ can cause severe stomach aches if consumed. Hence, it is not suitable for spaces with pets and children.
Gently wipe away dust with a damp washcloth to restore your ZZ's shine.
Your ZZ plant can get infested by common houseplant pests like mealy bugs, scale, fungus gnats, and aphids.
Mushy brown stalks and yellowing of the leaves - Mostly due to overwatering - Immediately stop watering and prune your plant.
Dry crispy leaf tips - Suggests that your ZZ is underwatered - Prune your plant and increase your frequency of watering.
Curling leaves, Yellowing, and Leaning - Indication of too much light that's causing your ZZ to move away from the light source - Move the plant to a shadier location
ZZ Plant or Zamioculcas Zamiifolia is an attractive and low maintenance tropical indoor plant. Zee Zee is perfect for beginners as it can tolerate low light and has low water requirements. These beauties grow from bright lime in their youth to shiny, oval-shaped emerald green in their maturity. Although it comes from the Philodendron family of skin-irritating plants, this is the safest one.