The robust lucky feather (Zamioculcas zamiifolia) belongs to the arum family and has its origins in East Africa's forests. Its rootstock is creeping along the ground and also forms the shoot from which the pinnate leaves emerge. It is very undemanding and even gardeners with a not so green thumb cannot destroy it. It is enough for her to be watered from time to time and she also gets along well with dark corners of the room. Especially the "Raven" variety, which is called the black lucky feather, develops its dark green color in poor lighting conditions.
The lucky feather is slightly poisonous for humans and animals.
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