The Zamioclucus plant grows similar to tree plants or palms and has stems with many leaves growing from these stems. The leaves are a fleshy type which are only a couple of inches in length and an inch or so wide. Some of these stems from the same plant grow straight up and then others arch over, which may encourage you to prune odd looking stems to keep the plant looking full and shaped well. The Zamioclucus plant does produce small flowers at the base of the plant when it's grown in it's own habitat or outdoors. The flower is a spathe type with a spadix that is not easily seen even when it does grow - because leaves can hide the flowers and they grow at the base of the stems.
|Plant Size||12 inch approx|
|Light||Grows fine with low levels of light, best to avoid direct sunlight.|
|Watering||Allow the soil to become dry at the top to the touch between watering and do not over water|