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ZZ Plant (Zamioculcas Zamiifolia)


Many culture consider ZZ plants lucky; their evergreen, upturned, leaves are said to represent wealth, steadiness, and growth.

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There’s a good reason you see this waxy, emerald green plant all over Dubai’s malls, retail stores, and office space: it’s tough. Nicknamed the eternity plant, this will tolerate long periods of drought or low-light without a fuss, making them perfect for beginners and travelers Fun fact to share with guests: A 2014 study by the University of Copenhagen showed ZZ plants to be air purifying champs, particularly adept at clearing the air of toxins such as xylene, toluene, and benzene from the air. Watch out, Dyson.


Light: Most light conditions

The more its gets, the faster it will grow. However, avoid direct sunlight (especially outdoors) as this should scorch its leaves.

Water: Every 2-3 weeks

Sunlight Pothoses like their entire soil to dry out completely between waterings. To check if your Sunlight Pothos is ready to be watered, stick your finger into the soil as deeply as possible. If you feel ANY moisture, at all, then wait longer! If it feels completely dry, then it’s time to rewater your plant: slowly water the soil so that it’s completely saturated – you’ll know it’s fully saturated when water drips out of the drainage holes on the bottom of the nursery pot.

To be extra-sure, you can also stick your finger through the bottom of the drainage holes underneath its nursery pot, to feel for moisture.

Remember, the more light your plant gets, the more you’ll need to water it. Similarly, the less light it gets, the less it will need.

Tip: when checking your soil for moisture, make sure to test different parts of the soil, in case you come across a wet pocket.

Difficulty: Near-unkillable
Great for beginners. As long as it sits in a bright to place and isn’t watered too often, this plant will remain by your side for years.

Pets: Careful with pets
This plant may cause stomach irritation if ingested