ZZ Plants prefer medium to bright indirect light, but it is extremely adaptable and will do fine in any room that is not completely darkness.
Great for windowless rooms with only fluorescent lighting.
Water only when the soil is completely dry all the way through the pot.
Water the surface of the soil thoroughly until the soil is evenly moist.
This is very important: never let your plant sit in water or soggy soil, as it can lead to root rot.
If you're not sure your ZZ plant is thirsty, it is preferable to err on the safe side and water less frequently - leave it for a week or two and then come back to water it.
This plant is mildly toxic if ingested. Symptoms include mouth and stomach irritation. Me-OW!
🧐 Common issues
This is generally caused from watering your plant too frequently. If you see yellow leaves, check the soil moisture.
If it is very moist to the touch or within the few few inches, it is likely that the soil is holding too much mositure.
Cut back on watering for a few weeks and allow the soil to dry out completely before watering again.
Dropping / soggy stems
Similar to the above, this is most often caused from watering your plant too frequently.
Check the soil moisture with your finger or using a moisture meter. The soil should be allowed to