A favorite for newlyweds, this Eternity plant is know for its amazing ability to survive in very low light and actually come back to life! This plant grows bulbs in the soil underground that hold water, so it is also very drought tolerant as well. Check out the crazy cutting below, you can actually see the bulb forming on the bottom of the cutting, pretty crazy what a plant can do that just by soaking it in water!
The cutting pictured above was formed simply by snipping a shoot and soaking it in water for 1-2 months. Then you simply plant it in soil and water periodically. The plant will not grow taller until the shoot "appears" to die off. Eventually a new shoot will then come up from the bulb underground and forming a whole new "shoot". Please note though, this might take a long time! Don't get discouraged!
Once the plant becomes large and established you can actually split the bulbs underground. Just be careful to remove the soil from the roots and bulbs. You can kinda tell where to break them by the shoots coming out. After you break them simply plant them in a different pot and watch them grow.
This plant will grow towards the light and becomes taller the farther away the light source is. This is without a doubt one of the most versatile plants I have every grown. The Eternity Plant can grow to about 3' high, but only when forced to grow to the light. The scientific name for the ZZ plant is Zamioculcas Zamiifolia.