A 5" or 7" potted ZZ plant, known as Zamioculcas Zamifolia, in our cream/white planter or cement planter.
Low maintenance and stylish, ZZ plants are a popular choice for plant beginners as they are resilient and can survive in most conditions and with very little care.
How to care for your new ZZ Plant:
SUNLIGHT: ZZ plants do best in moderate to bright indirect light, but will do fine in extremely low light areas. If the light is too intense for your ZZ, you may see some scaling (brown spots) on the leaves. Curling leaves can also indicate too much light.
WATER: Water your ZZ Plant only when the soil is dry, perhaps every 2 weeks depending on your indoor climate. One of the only ways you can kill this low maintenance plant is to over water it. A ZZ Plant that turns yellow means that it is getting too much water and it may be rotting.
HUMIDITY/TEMPERATURE: These plants do not require any additional humidity. ZZ plants do not tolerate cold temperatures well (no lower than 45 degrees Fahrenheit), so avoid placing your plant in a location close to drafts or particularly cold areas of your home.
* Note: All parts of this plant are said to be toxic to pets & humans when ingested.
* Note: Plants and planters may vary. The pictures shown are examples of the style.