Zamioculcas zamiifolia - ZZ Plant
When it comes to low-maintenance houseplants, Zamioculcas zamiifolia is the gold standard. More commonly known by its nicknames ZZ Plant and Zanzibar Gem, this waxy-leafed tropical is native to drought-prone eastern Africa. As such, the ZZ Plant has thick succulent roots, allowing the plant to withstand up to four months without water. The result is a houseplant that is both beautiful and bulletproof, a perfect choice for beginners and spaces without much natural light.
Zamioculcas zamiifolia is simple to care for, requiring little maintenance. Tolerates low to bright indirect light, and watering when fully dry. A slow grower, this plant will form a dense clump, growing to about 2' tall and 1-2' wide.
- 4" pot - 2-3 stems, overall height 6-8"
- 6" pot - 4-6 stems, overall height 8-12"
Ships in a plastic nursery pot. Some natural variation in size and appearance may occur.
*Fiberstone Cylinder sold separately. Includes detailed care instructions.
SHIPPING AND DELIVERY INFO
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So cute and healthy!
I bought this for my son who just moved into a new apartment and doesn't really have time to give to a fussy plant. The plant arrived well-packed and it's cute as can be. It even has a new stalk coming up, I was really happy with it and my son was, too. This was not my first purchase from Pistils, and I will be ordering again.
I waited awhile after getting my ZZ plant to transplant but as you can see, it has a new sprout and is doing well! This is my 8th plant from Pistil's Nursery and I couldn't be happier with their unique choices. They do such a great job of explaining all steps, from shipping to taking care. Plan on purchasing in the future!
It's healthy, and doing well