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Re: Zamioculcus zamiifolia

-----Original Message-----
From: MJ Hatfield <oneota@ames.net>
To: ju-bo@msn.com <ju-bo@msn.com>
Date: Friday, October 22, 1999 7:59 PM
Subject: Zamioculcus zamiifolia

Dear MJ,
The plant grows in tropical and subtropical S.W. Africa, so a well-draining
sandy 'jungle mix' should be fine!   Don`t know what may cause the leaves to
curl, maybe a cold draft??   Don`t over-water??  It grows like a weed here
in S. Florida where ever I`ve seen it, over flows the 3 gal pots in the
collections I`ve seen (I don`t grow it).
Cheers and good luck,

>Can any of you tell me about the horticulture of Zamioculcus zamiifolia?
The leaves of mine are curling. I think I might have the wrong soil mix
or am keeping it too moist.


MJ Hatfield

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