Having your ZZ plant root bulb exposed leads to damages caused by temperature changes, pests, lack of nutrients, and dehydration. Zamioculcas zamiifolia is easy to grow, a low-maintenance plant that’s highly decorative.
Overwatering - Zamioculcas zamiifolia is a drought-tolerant succulent and doesn’t need frequent watering. Unsuitable Gardening Hose - In USDA Hardiness zones 10 to 12, you can plant the ZZ plant outside.
Change The Watering Equipment And Schedule - You need to water the plant once a large section of the soil is dry, or every 2 to 3 weeks. Remember that the rhizome stores moisture, so skipping a watering won’t kill the plant.Repotting In Bigger Pot - The pot size of the ZZ plant shouldn’t be too big or too small.
Divide The Bulbs - ZZ plants are more appealing when two or more bulbs are planted together.Common ZZ Plant Problems - Overwatering is the main problem ZZ plant owners face. It leads to stems collapsing, root rot, yellowing of the leaves.