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Lucky Bamboo Dracaena sanderiana

Growing Lucky Bamboo: Tips at a Glance

  • Type Tropical houseplant
  • Where to Plant Pebbles, stones, and water
  • Care Fuss free
  • Growth Rate Quick
  • Light Filtered sun
  • For Curls Rotate plant every so often
  • Calming Partner Bonsai
  • Design Tip Glass vase
  • Ideal Temperature 60-70 degrees

Lucky Bamboo: A Field Guide

If you want to steal a garden idea from feng-shui masters, lucky bamboo may be the answer.

Lucky bamboo actually isn’t bamboo at all. It’s a Dracaena from tropical western Africa with red roots, pointed leaves, and hollow green stems, often curled into shapes. For positive energy, place your lucky bamboo in the southwest corner of your space. When selecting your plant, consider the number of stalks: some say that five will attract wealth, seven health, and two will promote love. See more possibilities at 10 Garden Ideas to Steal from Chinese Feng Shui Masters.

Planting, Care & Design of Lucky Bamboo

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