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Re: [Aroid-l] Zamioculcas zamiifolia- Request for growth conditions

At 04:24 PM 8/3/2007, you wrote:
The plant is nearly bullet proof. If you grow it in a house it will grow very slowly. In a greenhouse it will grow like mad. Mine was 10 cm tall, in a room with no natural light and rare waterings after a year it looked the same. Moved to the greenhouse fed and watered it, and in a year it was more than a meter tall.

It pretty much has no requirements. I read this thread with some interest, since i had grown my potful from a single leaf years ago and by now it has populated several homes of plant killing people, where it sits on a windowsill and is watered when I remind them. in a greenhouse, it is a HOG.

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