The plant is named Zamioculcas zamiifolia, a plant native to East Africa, which bears common traits of ferns, cycas, and succulents. A compulsory plant leg with dark green leaves, usually not blooming outside its habitat but in its home, gives white and green flowers.
Watered at a rate of 1-2 a week in summer and at a lower winter rate, with the need to dry the soil slightly before it is irrigated again, the easiest way to die the plant is overirrigation!
Thrive in the place of the shade exposed to a bright light filter away from the direct sunlight, knowing that it lives in the place of dim shade lighting.
Minimum temperatures between 15 and 18°C.
Fertilizer is preferred to be supplied monthly during the summer, and once a month is provided with balanced liquid fertilizer NPK during spring and summer.