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Artificial Spiral Lucky Bamboo  tower shaped

Artificial Spiral Lucky Bamboo  tower shaped

Code big-2&small-2 Series red string
Material lucky bamboo Brand Orient Gardening

Technically, lucky bamboo is not bamboo at all, but a species called Dracaena sanderiana. Although most are grown hydroponically (in water), lucky bamboo can be potted up in soil. One final caution: lucky bamboo leaves are mildly toxic, so they should not be kept in a place where pets or children are likely to snack on them.


  • Light: Lucky bamboo prefer bright, filtered sunlight. Avoid direct sunlight as it will scorch the leaves. They are more tolerant of too little light than too much. If the plant begins to stretch or the green fades, provide more light.
    Watering: Lucky bamboo can grow indefinitely in a simple vase filled with pebbles (for support) and at least an inch of water. However, they are very sensitive to chlorine and other chemicals commonly found in tap water. Water your lucky bamboo only with bottled or distilled water, or tap water that has been left out for 24 hours to allow the chlorine to evaporate. Healthy lucky bamboo roots are red, so don't be alarmed in a glass vase if you can see red roots. Finally,   change the water weekly.
    Temperature: Lucky bamboo likes warmer temperatures of between 18ºC and 32ºC. Do not place the plants in front of air conditioning or heating vents.
    Potting Media: In addition to water, lucky bamboo can be grown in a well-drained, rich potting soil.Keep the soil moist, but not soaking.
    Fertilizer: Plants grown in water will only need to be fed every other month or so, using a very weak liquid fertilizer. A single drop of liquid fertilizer is plenty for most lucky bamboo arrangements.