Commonly known as: ZZ
The ZZ plant care starts with a lack of care! This plant loves being left alone. Beneath the plants are thick, potato-like roots known as rhizomes that store water, which is why it does great in periods of draught. People often mistake this for a fake plant because of it's waxy leaves.
They can handle low light conditions really well. Keep them away from direct sun.
This is a very drought tolerant and forgiving plant, so water it less than too much, perhaps once every 2 weeks.
These plants can handle less care
Not safe for cats and dogs
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