Zamia Calcus Dwraf Black(ZZ Black ) Plant


View cart

When looking for a plant that purifies the air and lasts long with minimal maintenance, you can trust Zamia Calcus. The amazing looking leaves and rare, beautiful flowers make it a must-buy for all plant lovers. It can also do photosynthesis in low-light conditions! These are low light plants. Direct sunlight can cause black spots to show on the stems. They bring fortune and luck growth in life. 


Known for its air-purifying qualities, this plant is a must-have for all plant lovers. Even a study has proven that the plant can remove volatile organic compounds like benzene, xylene, toluene, and ethylbenzene effectively. People lovingly call it as ZZ plant and even Zamioculcas Zamifolia. It is easy to grow houseplant that lasts for long with minimal maintenance. If you are a new gardener, you can pick it with ease.

Though It is a native of Eastern Africa, It is gaining popularity all over the globe. The flowers of this plant are rare but beautiful. Most people love its dark green, glossy, and oval-shaped leaves. It can grow up to 4 feet indoor and has root under each stem known as rhizomes stores water. Another cool thing about this plant is that it can do photosynthesis in low light too, so It is perfect for indoor decor.

Additional information

Plant Type

Air Purifying, Succulent




Balcony, Ground Floor, Outdoor

Planting Type


Planting Avg. Growing Size





Thrice (Weekly)


Pets Friendly

Maintenance Difficulty






4 reviews for Zamia Calcus Dwraf Black(ZZ Black ) Plant

  1. 4 out of 5

    Bhænu Bædeti

    Very healthy plant. Happy with the purchase

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sudha Bora

    Good colour in zz plant

  3. 5 out of 5

    Pudi Chandana

    Very rare colour plant. Nice

  4. 5 out of 5

    Aruna Manthina

    Plant is very nice

Add a review

1. Overwatering can kill this plant so only Water it when the top part is completely dry.
2. It needs bright indirect sunlight to thrive.
3. Keep the leaves clean by wiping with a damp plant.
4. Fertilize it after six months and re-pot it once every year.
5. Do not let any person or pet eat it. It is very toxic.

Vendor Information

  • Address:
  • 4.46 rating from 287 reviews