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How often should I water the bamboo?
Last Updated: 03/11/2011
Depending on the receding rate of the water level, it should be kept consistently at least ¼ the height of the bamboo stalk or above the rocks level for arrangements. We recommend watering the bamboo with filtered water. This will eliminate the deposits most commonly found in tap water. Bamboo should always be in water and it is generally a good idea to change the water once a week.

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