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Re: Zamioculcus zamiifolia

In a message dated 10/25/1999 6:07:55 PM Eastern Daylight Time, crat@cris.com

> 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.

i grow mine in a north window in an apt. in brooklyn, nyc.  they are watered
whenever i water the other plants in that window, begonias, ferns, gesneriads
etc.  in other words, it's kept moist but fairly dry compared to alocasias,
for example.  my plant has bloomed several times and it's bursting out of the
pot now.

in my opinion, an unkillable plant...

tsuh yang chen, nyc

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