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Re: Zamioculcus zamiifolia

I have mine in pots with promix, but keep the pots in at least an inch to
three inches of water all the time.  The light is fairly low.  Haven't had
any problems with them all (though the Gonotropus in the same water trough
are dying back this time of year <sigh>.)

Eric Simpson

MJ Hatfield wrote:

> 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.
> Thanks.
> MJ Hatfield

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