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Amidst the vibrant landscape of Australia, a hidden world of green wonders thrives in the shadows. From the tropical rainforests of the north to the cool temperate regions of the south, these resilient plants have adapted to Australia’s diverse climate zones, adding a touch of lushness to indoor spaces. There isn’t a precise number of low-light plant species due to the complexity and vastness of the plant kingdom, as well as the variability of their light needs. However, many species have adapted to tolerate or even thrive in Fluorescent tubes or LED grow lights, making them excellent options for indoors. Let Jungle Collective take you on a journey through Australia’s climate zones, exploring the enchanting world of flora that thrive within them.

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Low-Light Indoor Plant Care Tips (Zanzibar Gem)


 

Ok, it’s important to note that low-light indoor plants are many and varied and therefore their care tips will vary accordingly. On each Plant Family page we offer specific care tips for that species. Here we explore just the legendary Zanzibar Gem! If you or a friend kills plants like Homer Simpson destroy’s donuts, this guy is the plant for you! Introducing the Zamioculcas Zamiifolia, commonly known as the Zanzibar Gem or ZZ plant. We’ve heard stories of people forgetting they even had this plant only to find it months later in a dark corner, unwatered and loving life just the same! Tell that friend (you know the one) who needs some ZZ in their life!! 💪👌🌿😍


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FAQ

Some plants that are suitable for the new planters are:

  • Variegated monstera adansonii
  • Calathea beauty star
  • Maranta erythroneura red prayer plant
  • Peperomia pepperspot
  • Aglaonema eileen

  • Check the soil moisture level by inserting your finger about an inch deep into the soil.
  • Water when the top inch of soil feels dry.
  • Observe plant behaviour for signs of wilting, drooping, yellowing leaves, or decline in health as indicators of watering needs.
  • Adjust the watering frequency based on environmental conditions such as room temperature, humidity levels, and pot size.

  • Use soil that allows excess water to flow out easily to prevent waterlogging and root rot.
  • Opt for a high-quality potting mix, typically lightweight and provides good drainage while retaining enough moisture for the plants. They often contain a blend of ingredients like peat moss, perlite, vermiculite, or coconut coir.
  • Incorporate compost or peat moss to enhance soil fertility, moisture retention, and drainage.
  • Aim for a slightly acidic to neutral pH range between 6.0 and 7.0, suitable for most low-light indoor plants.
  • Garden soil may contain pests, weed seeds, or contaminants, making it unsuitable for indoor plants.
  • Ensure the container has drainage holes and is appropriately sized to allow root breathing and prevent moisture-related issues.

  • It's essential to provide them with the brightest indirect light possible.
  • Ensure proper spacing between plants to allow for optimal air circulation and light exposure.
  • Turning the plants every few weeks ensures that all sides receive adequate light, preventing them from leaning or reaching towards a single light source.
  • Pruning also promotes the development of lateral shoots and helps the plant allocate energy more evenly.
  • For taller low-light plants that have a tendency to become leggy, provide support structures like stakes or trellises.

  • Place reflective surfaces, such as mirrors or whiteboards, near the plants, to help bounce light back onto the plants, effectively increasing the light intensity in their vicinity.
  • Supplement natural light with artificial lighting sources like fluorescent or LED grow lights. Choose lights with a spectrum suitable for plant growth, such as full spectrum or cool white.
  • Ensure that windows are clean and free from dirt or obstructions that could block sunlight. Keep curtains or blinds open during the day to maximise the natural light reaching your plants.

To get your desired plant, visit the website of Jungle Collective and bring home your new bestie. Happy Planting!!!

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Trish Weyland
Trish Weyland
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Timely delivery, good condition plants, great variety

6 months ago
Angela RYAN
Angela RYAN
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5/5

Plants arrived in time frame stated, in healthy condition, packed well. Would order from the site again

6 months ago
Alicia Chow
Alicia Chow
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5/5

I enjoyed shopping at The Jungle Collective. They have a huge variety of unique and rare plants for decent prices. The plants arrived in great condition. Highly recommended!

7 months ago
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Cheryl Steele
Cheryl Steele
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5/5

Just love my new plants. They arrived in good condition and have settled in happily. Very pleased

1 year ago
Roz
Roz
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5/5

First rate customer Service! We had issues with delivery but Gretchen turned around the experience and made sure we received our plant and pot holder! Everything was perfect!

5 months ago
Hana
Hana
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5/5

Great plants and great customer serviceI am very pleased with the customer service provided. My plants got delivered to a wrong address (by my mistake) and I wasn't able to get them back. I was sure that I lost my $200 worth of plants, but Gretchen from customer service was absolutely amazing and replaced my order. I was very impressed as I did not expect this to happen at all.
Thank you very much! I will order again!

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