In nature ZAZA is happy in the tropical and subtropical African Southeast between Kenya, Tanzania as far as the KwaZulu-Natal area and Zanzibar. It typically grows on rocky soils under a climate where long periods of drought are interrupted by heavy rains. This explains the particular aspect of ZAZA, which is revealed to our eyes as a set of large, very cropped leaves. Its stems are subterranean and fleshy, whose outcrops are visible on the surface of the soil of the pot.

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ZAZA is thus a great choice for the darker divisions of the house or for more interior areas where the gloom reigns. Despite being very tolerant of the darkest conditions, ZAZA is completely happy when bathed in filtered or indirect light.


This chapter is easy when it comes to ZAZA. Its fleshy stems allow it to store water and use it to its needs. The greatest risk in this case is that of excessive watering which can cause the rotting of its stems and roots. Water your ZAZA by letting the excess water drain well and water again only when the soil in the pot is completely dry. In addition to feeling the moisture of the soil with your finger, in time you can rule it by the weight of the pot.


ZAZA is very resistant to pests and diseases. Yellow lower leaves is a normal situation if they are few. If they are many check it out if you are not over watering. Or if there is no one watering it without your knowledge … Leaves with brown tip may be the result of a very dry environment. Try spraying ZAZA leaves as long as you feel the surrounding air humidity is too low. Brown leaves are most often the result of excessive watering, particularly if leaves are softened.


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