Zanzibar Gem

$55.00 – $220.00

Extra Large
Plant Description

This is the perfect plant for a laidback gardener. This tough plant can survive in low lights, long periods of neglect and is immune to many pests which can affect other house plants.

The plant stems grow directly from the ground and upright, covered with lots of thick emerald green, shiny, waxy leaves making it look like a well made bouquet, perfect to decorate a hallway or a table top.

The Zanzibar Gem (often referred to as the ZZ plant) is a tropical plant native to the rocky and arid terrain of Eastern African and can be found in Kenya, Tanzania to parts of South Africa. As a result of the harsh environment of its natural habitat, ZZ plants are hardy and the perfect match for a new or a laid back gardener.

Shipping & Delivery
Bloomspace delivers to NSW, VIC, QLD, ACT, and SA. Some large plants and orders can only be delivered to the Sydney Metro area.

For the Sydney Metro area we charge a flat fee of $15. For all other regions, we search a large database of shipping companies and show you the prices for each company. For Canberra, Brisbane, and Melbourne this cost is typically between $15 - $30. For country regions and/or large orders or large plants, the cost is typically between $30 -$45. Please reach out to us if you are shown an unrealistic cost.

We want to make sure you receive a happy and healthy plant. It will take us a couple of days to prepare the plant for the journey. For customers in Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane, and Melbourne, your plants should be delivered in 4-5 business days after the order has been marked fulfilled, while for customers in regional areas expect 5-7 business days.

All plants are carefully packaged to ensure your plant arrives in perfect condition. Your plant will have been in darkness for a couple of days, so expect your plant's appearance to improve after a couple of days of light and fresh air.
Plant Specifications
Size Small 45-55cm, Medium: 55-65, Large: 65-75cm, Extra large over 75cm
Difficulty Easy
Pet Friendly No. It can cause digestive distress
Light  Indirect light only, no direct sunlight. While the plant would survive in low light, it prefers medium to bright indirect light to thrive and flourish
Water Water sparingly and keep mostly dry. However watering is also depends on the level of light exposure – more light would mean more frequent watering.