Raven Zamioculcas Zamiifolia



Zamia Palm, belonging to the genus Zamia, is an ancient and cycad-like plant with a unique crown of pinnate, feather-like fronds, and a stout, often subterranean trunk.

Light Requirement: Preferring bright, indirect light, place the Zamia Palm in a location with filtered sunlight. It can tolerate lower light conditions but benefits from exposure to moderate to bright light.

Watering Requirement: Allow the soil to partially dry between waterings, and water sparingly. Zamia Palms are drought-tolerant and sensitive to overwatering, so a well-draining soil mix is essential.

Mature Height: Reaching a mature height of 2 to 4 feet (60 to 120 cm), the Zamia Palm is a slow grower. Regularly remove any yellowing or damaged fronds to maintain a neat appearance and encourage new growth.

* Photos are in a 6" Pot