ZZ Plant In 6" Grower's Pot

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ZZ plant in 6” plastic grower’s pot.Virtually indestructible, the ZZ plant can take months of neglect and low light and still look amazing. You can place or pot these plants into your own planters or cache pots. Care routine for each plant needs to be established by you; as it depends on a pot you are using, light, temperature and an air flow in a space.

Benefits: Air Purifier.
Botanical name:  Zamioculcas Zamiifolia.
Light: Low to high light. No direct sun.
Pot: Grower's plastic pot with holes, no saucer.
Pot size:6"D
Approx. height of plant:  24” - 32”
Note:  Shape, fulness and height of plants will vary.

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Super cute plant!

Great plant. Very vivid color and shiny/healthy appearance. Plant arrived in perfect condition. Not a single leaf has dropped!

Dear Debbie, Thank you for taking your time to give us the highest rating. It means a lot to know that you are happy with your plant and pleased with our service. Please contact us right away if you have any questions at helpdesk@mycityplants.com. We are always here to help! Note: Do not place plants near AC unit, do not turn AC off during hot summer days, do not close blinds, filter direct and long sunlight exposure, rotate plants frequently to provide an even light exposure to all sides.
Plant Light Chart
Light Intensity Description
High Light South or southwest-facing windows. Direct sunlight.
Medium Light East or West facing windows. Partial, filtered or indirect sunlight.
Low Light North-facing windows. No more then 20 feet from the window. Bright fluorescent light at least 8-10 hours a day.

Note: if you can’t read a book as it is too dark in a certain areas than it is too dark for any plant as well.

Window direction is not the only factor to understand your light situation. What is outside the window makes a big difference. Another building, large tree, etc. will block direct light and will effect lighting environment.

Want to learn more about light? Read our Light Guide.

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