Life Span of Lucky Bamboo

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They get low morning sunlight from the East. Cookies make wikiHow better. Most Lucky Bamboo plants already come in a pot, bamboo stick plant you can use your own pot to make the plant more your own. When one or two of your stalks gets too tall you can cut them and replant them. It is planted in pebbles and soil.

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I searched several sights for information about how to grow them and yours by far is the best. You can remove whole leaves by simply pulling them down off the stalk at the base of the leaf. This response is certainly delayed but I have so many comments to answer that it takes a while. What to do if the stalk looks dried or wrinkled?

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That may be because the water is not fresh. Yes Donna, you can trim the roots of your Lucky Bamboo. Let start with the basic instructions for keeping it alive: Too much fertilizer can be damaging to potted plants. Do not submerge the plants completely underneath the water. This is almost right! I have been growing the bamboo plant in soil. I will now try to grow more from the one stalk I'm cutting off.

It is a indoor plant. Unfortunately, one of the outer circle, lower stalks died. How can I get the fungus off the roots of the bamboo plant as it does not go away bamboo stick plant placing the rots under running tap water? Most likely, the lucky bamboo bamboo stick plant expose to direct sunlight. In fact, it is one of the smallest species, topping out at a maximum height of about 3 feet. In order to post comments, please make sure JavaScript and Cookies are enabled, and reload the page. I bamboo stick plant a small 3 inch bamboo in a decorative desk vase and my plant bamboo stick plant getting way too big, so I put in a large glass vase with rocks, as it grew more the roots broke through the vase, what a mess, it ruined an electrical box due to being on a counter above it. Any suggestions, ideas, opinions, etc. Planting lucky bamboo in soil will required more frequent watering than unsoiled lucky bamboo. Should I take the roots down to the bottom, and just leave a little bit of water as you suggested?

Mine has never gotten any. Being in California drought, I am preferring house plants to outside gardening. Lucky bamboo grows hydroponically, meaning it lives in water, not soil.

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Is there anything I can do to keep it alive? Has lost some leaves but has many new ones. This could be caused by a few factors: Should I cut the roots back often and if so around how much?

How to care for lucky bamboo plant indoors

I reckon I could grow an LB in Cupertino. I'm using tap water, but going to switch over to distilled water. Going to try tip about using a cardboard box to curl the stalk versus using wire.

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