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Can I get my bamboo to produce more stalks?
The Dracaena Sanderia bamboo is unable to reproduce more stalks. The only growth occurs at the shoots of leaves, in which cutting them off will produce more leaves. If the stalks are cut, the part wit
Can I grow the bamboos outside?
No. Our lucky bamboos are indoor bamboo and are not to be grown in soil.
Can I grow the bamboos outside?
No. Our lucky bamboos are indoor bamboo and are not to be grown in soil.
Do I need to transplant the bamboos into a larger container?
The stalks of our lucky bamboo, Dracaena Sanderia, will not grow in height nor in diameter. The leaves however will continue to grow over time and can be trimmed. The roots will also grow as wel
How do I get my bamboo stalk to curl?
Once the stalk matures, they are not flexible enough to train with wires. However, the shoots of leaves can be trained to curl and they will eventually mature into a new stalk.
How do I get my bamboo stalk to curl?
Once the stalk matures, they are not flexible enough to train with wires. However, the shoots of leaves can be trained to curl and they will eventually mature into a new stalk.
How often should I water the bamboo?
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
How often should I water the bamboo?
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
How to clean your lucky bamboo
Keeping your lucky bamboo plant clean will ensure that it will grow healthy and green. Steps: 1. Remove lucky bamboo from rocks and vase. 2. Rinse the bamboo and rocks separately
Lucky Bamboo (Lighting)
Lucky Bamboo (Dracaena Sanderia) thrive in indirect sunlight. Full sun will cause the leaves to turn yellow. Even filtered direct sunlight may harm your plant. Lucky bamboo like room temperature clim
Lucky Bamboo (Lighting)
Lucky Bamboo (Dracaena Sanderia) thrive in indirect sunlight. Full sun will cause the leaves to turn yellow. Even filtered direct sunlight may harm your plant. Lucky bamboo like room temperature clim
My bamboo is growing a lot, do I need to transplant it to a bigger container?
It is not necessary to transplant into a bigger container. If the roots are overgrown and clumped up, they can be trimmed back to fit. Overall, the stalk does not grow larger in girth nor height so it
My bamboo is growing a lot, do I need to transplant it to a bigger container?
It is not necessary to transplant into a bigger container. If the roots are overgrown and clumped up, they can be trimmed back to fit. Overall, the stalk does not grow larger in girth nor height so it
My bamboo is growing a lot, do I need to transplant it to a bigger container?
It is not necessary to transplant into a bigger container. If the roots are overgrown and clumped up, they can be trimmed back to fit. Overall, the stalk does not grow larger in girth nor height so it
My bamboo leaves are getting too bushy on top, is it safe to trim them?
Yes, the layered cone of leaves can be cut to your preferred height and eventually the leaves center will grow again slowly which can be trimmed again later.
My bamboo leaves are getting too bushy on top, is it safe to trim them?
Yes, the layered cone of leaves can be cut to your preferred height and eventually the leaves center will grow again slowly which can be trimmed again later.
My bamboo leaves are getting too bushy on top, is it safe to trim them?
Yes, the layered cone of leaves can be cut to your preferred height and eventually the leaves center will grow again slowly which can be trimmed again later.
My bamboo leaves are getting too bushy on top, is it safe to trim them?
Yes, the layered cone of leaves can be cut to your preferred height and eventually the leaves center will grow again slowly which can be trimmed again later.
Preparing your favors.
This topic is a big question for many of our customers. We send favors un-assembled to avoid breakage and to lower shipping cost for you. Here are some tips on how to arrange your favors and
What should I do if I have cloudy water in my Bamboo arrangement?
There are two causes for cloudy bamboo water: (1) stagnant/sitting water (2) tap water that dries and solidifies over time. We generally advise to change and check the water frequently. Water that