Bamboo Facts: The bamboos are a subfamily of flowering perennial evergreen plants in the grass family Poaceae. Giant bamboos are the largest members of the grass family. Lucky Bamboo, has been an Asian symbol of good fortune and prosperity for thousands of years. Lucky Bamboo originated in Southeast Asia. Lucky Bamboo is said to bring health, love, and luck to whoever possesses it. The leaves of this plant can grow up to one inch per month. Lucky Bamboo does not need soil or fertilizer to grow.
H: 80 cm D: 30 cm
Water: Place the Lucky Bamboo in one inch of distilled or purified water. Water your plant about once a week and ensure that there’s a few inches at all times, enough to cover the roots. If you have soil in your pot, make sure that it’s not too moist or dry. Your bamboo plant can live well in just water, so over soiling or fertilizing can actually harm it.
Site: Lucky Bamboo prefers an indoor, low-light environment away from direct sunlight. Notes: Pot might vary upon availability.