Lucky Bamboo (2 Layer)
Lucky Bamboo, scientifically known as Dracaena sanderiana, is a popular indoor plant that bears an uncanny resemblance to bamboo despite not being a true bamboo species. This plant, which originated in Southeast Asian rainforests, primarily China and portions of Africa, has considerable cultural value and represents good fortune, happiness, and success, particularly in Feng Shui and other traditions.
Our two-layer lucky bamboo, which is stylish and simple to grow, makes a lovely present for both formal and informal occasions. Additionally, it can improve the appearance of your study desk and make work more enjoyable. They represent luck and fortune and are one of the strongest components in feng shui.
Also according to Feng Shui masters, wherever bamboo is placed, good fortune is sure to follow. Its a traditional symbol of happiness, wealth and health. It is also being said that every new growing leaf will bring luck and prosperity to the owner. They can easily survive in vases of pure water or in soil, and under various light conditions. There is no need for regular attention to grow this product.
- Light: Lucky Bamboo enjoys direct, strong lighting. It must be protected from direct sunshine because it can burn the foliage.
- Water: Always keep the Lucky Bamboo’s roots wet. Maintain the water level so that it covers the roots, but avoid getting the stems or leaves wet because this might lead to rot. To avoid stagnation and the development of algae, change the water every two to four weeks.
- Container: To give the Lucky Bamboo plant solidity, you should fill the container with pebbles, marbles, or stones. Make sure the container is spotless and residue-free.
- Fertilization: Lucky Bamboo doesn’t require frequent fertilization. You can use a diluted, balanced liquid fertilizer specifically formulated for houseplants
- Pruning and Maintenance: With clean, sharp scissors, trim any yellowing or damaged leaves. To manage the height and preserve the desired shape of your Lucky Bamboo, you can also prune the stems.