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    Zamioculcas Raven care tips

Zamioculcas Raven is an eye-catching presence with its black, feathered leaves, but it isn’t demanding. The plant is so easy that it can cope with a temperature range from 5 °C to 40 °C in either a dark or light spot in the home. With the same care requirements as its green cousin, it prefers to avoid direct sunlight in the summer and large quantities of water. With a little bit of plant food it will grow into a statuesque presence some 80 cm tall.

Raven can last up to 4 weeks on the water and nutrients that it stores in its reservoirs - the roots and rhizomes - in the soil. This very tough survivor is totally unfazed if you forget to water it occasionally.
  • Watering in the summer: 100ml once a fortnight
  • Watering in the winter: 100ml once a month


      Zamioculcas care tips

There is not really much that can go wrong in caring for Zamioculcas. It is a strong plant that you can put anywhere. It grows well in good light, but a dark location is just as suitable.
Zamioculcas needs little water, rather too little than too much in fact. The soil can be allowed to dehydrate to some extent. The plant will do well if given some plant feed from time to time, something like once a month.


Putting the pansies out in springtime is not a problem, light frost has no effect at all and even covered in snow, temperatures far below zero will not harm them. A little fertilizer every 2 weeks will keep the colour of the leaf and flower beautiful. Flowers which have finished flowering should be removed to prevent fungus developing. Pansies have finished flowering when they start to stretch heavily.


Water regularly and do not allow to dehydrate. The plants should be watered in the evening when the weather is good, so that they can revive during the night to look lovely and fresh in the morning. Feed with special geranium fertilizer on a regular basis. The plant will also benefit if withered flowers and leaves are removed regularly.

      Garden and Balcony plants

When it is warm; water the plants in the evening, the flowers will look fresh the next day, more so, this means you need less water, make sure the soil is slightly moist before adding water. Fertilize a little once a week when watering. Placing the plants somewhere where they are not exposed to the sun all day is the best place for the plants. Also removing the flowers, which have finished flowering and brown or yellow leaves, regularly will benefit the plant greatly.

      Multiflora chrysanths

Multiflora chrysanths enjoy a light position, but not in the full sun.
They flower longer in a cool place. Water the plants regularly; if the top layer of soil is dry then it is time to water again. Take care that the multiflora does not become waterlogged, since this will cause root rot. The plant is not resistant to frost and rain, which increase the risk of botrytis flower blight.

    Cineraria venezia

The Cineraria gives you that spring time feeling. A lavishly blossoming indoor plant which needs water regularly to keep the soil in the pot lightly moist. Fertilize a little once a week when watering. Place the plant in a light spot and not above a heated radiator. Also regularly remove the flowers which have finished flowering and the wilted leaves. This will benefit the plant greatly.