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Lucky bamboo plants are said to bring good luck and fortune, especially if the plants are given as gifts. With a well-earned reputation as a nearly indestructible plant the tough stalks can survive in vases of pure water or in containers of soil tolerating a variety conditions, even a little bit of neglect. The bright green stems are braided, twisted and curled with glossy green leaves. Grow them in groups or as a featured single plant.
|Size — C|
|Growth Height — 1.5m|
|Light Requirements — Indirect sunlight, Part Shade|
|Watering needs||Water your lucky bamboo only with bottled, 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, good hygiene recommends that you change the water weekly.|
|Pruning Advice||Trimming is an important part of keeping your lucky bamboo healthy. Over time most plants will become top-heavy or intricate shapes will begin to lose their form. In general it's not a good idea to cut the main stalk of a lucky bamboo. Instead cut the offshoots with sterile snippers. You can trim offshoots back to within an inch or two of the main stem. New shoots will soon emerge and the resulting plant will be bushier.|
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