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Lucky Bamboo (L)

Lucky Bamboo (L)

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available during Chinese New Year only
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Length: 80-100cm

Lucky Bamboo (Dracaena Sanderiana) is a popular indoor plant that is believed to bring good luck and positive energy according to Feng Shui principles. Despite its name, lucky bamboo is not actually a bamboo but belongs to the Dracaena family. It is native to the rainforests of Southeast Asia and Africa.

Here are some key points about Lucky Bamboo:

Appearance: Lucky Bamboo typically has straight stalks with vibrant green leaves. It can be trained to grow in various shapes and arrangements.

Symbolism: In Chinese culture, Lucky Bamboo is considered a symbol of good fortune, prosperity, and positive energy. The number of stalks is also believed to have specific meanings; for example, three stalks represent happiness, wealth, and longevity.

Care: Lucky Bamboo is relatively easy to care for. It can thrive in indirect light and can even tolerate low light conditions. It's often grown in water, but it can also be potted in soil. Change the water regularly to keep it fresh, and if growing in soil, make sure it doesn't dry out completely.

Watering: If grown in water, make sure to keep the water level consistent, covering the roots. If grown in soil, water when the top inch of soil feels dry.

Temperature: Lucky Bamboo prefers temperatures between 18-32°C and should be protected from drafts.

Fertilizing: Lucky Bamboo is not a heavy feeder, so it doesn't require frequent fertilization. You can use a diluted, balanced liquid fertilizer every 4-6 weeks during the growing season.

Trimming and Maintenance: Remove yellow or damaged leaves and trim the stems if they become too tall. Lucky Bamboo is quite adaptable to pruning.

Toxicity: While Lucky Bamboo is not toxic to humans, it can be toxic to pets if ingested. Keep it out of reach of cats and dogs.

Remember that while Lucky Bamboo is associated with positive symbolism, its popularity is largely cultural, and individual beliefs may vary. Whether or not you believe in its luck-bringing properties, Lucky Bamboo is a visually appealing and low-maintenance plant that can add a touch of greenery to your indoor space.


Perfect for gifting or enhancing your decor, our Lucky Bamboo bundles radiate positive vibes and elegance