Light: ZZ plants prefer bright, indirect light but can still survive in low-light conditions. These plants can even thrive with bright, fluorescent light. This is one of the main reasons why they are a popular choice for indoor spaces with no windows.
Water: Allow the soil to dry between watering. Don’t let your plant sit in water because it can easily cause stem and rhizome rot.
Temperatures: The ZZ plant generally prefers temperatures between 65°F-75°F. It thrives best in humid climates, but can tolerate less humid climates, unless the air is really dry.
Toxicity: You should take care when handling this plant because it contains calcium oxalate crystals. This can cause skin irritation or more serious ailments like stomach pain. The oxalate crystals make the plant especially poisonous for cats and dogs, so make sure to keep it out of reach.