Lucky for you, your plant is much easier to parent than it is to pronounce (Zamioculcas zamiifolia is a mouthful). It's perfect for everyone from beginner plant parents to seasoned pros. If you want as little effort as possible, you hit the nail on the head with this one.
Lighting Situation Your new ZZ plant will live its best life in indirect, moderate light. Although these guys can survive in low-light conditions, their growth will be reflective. Try at least three feet from a sunny window and adjust as needed.
Watering Needs Your ZZ is pretty low-key when it comes to watering sessions. You'll want to ensure the soil is completely dry before giving a good soak allowing water to run out of the drainage holes of the pot.
Minimal effort doesn't equal neglect! If you notice curling leaves, your plant is getting too much light. Yellow leaves are a sign of over-watering..hold off and watch your plant bounce back to life.