ZZ Plant (Zamioculcas zamiifolia)

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How to look after your ZZ Plant

Can tolerate most light conditions except direct full sun. Making it perfect for offices.

Water deeply but allow soil to dry out before watering again. Very drought tolerant.

Isn't fussy but prefers warmer temperatures with slight humidity.

Feed once in a month with a diluted houseplant fertiliser.

History of ZZ Plants

ZZ Plants are native to Southern Africa and can be found in parts across Kenya.  First mentioned in a publication in 1829, ZZ Plants were originally called Caladium zamiifolium but the name was changed in 1856 to Zamioculcas before finally settling on Zamioculcas zamiifolia in 1905. 

Up until 1996 ZZ Plants were virtually unheard of. It wasn't until Dutch nurseries saw potential in propagating it that it was brought over to Europe and started to be seen in homes and offices all around the world.

Good Fortune?

According to Feng Shui, ZZ Plants are full of good energy. They represent steady, slow growth and are often referred to as a 'Fortune Plant' or 'Eternity Plant', therefore perfect for your zen palaces or for adding some positive vibes to your office. 


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