How do you replant a lucky bamboo?

Answer You can plant it in loose sand or soil that drains water really well (so no more rotting)

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Can you cut&replant lucky bamboo?

When a lucky bamboo plant gets too tall, you can cut the shoots just 1 inch above one of the nodes. From that point, it will slowly grow again. Bamboo can be replanted, even those stalks you just c... Read More »

Why is bamboo lucky?

Lucky Bamboo is not bamboo at all, it's a member of the lily family that grows in the tropical Rainforests of Southeast Asia and Africa, it needs little care which makes it a perfect house or offic... Read More »

How do I shape lucky bamboo?

Curling PreparationFind a cardboard box tall and wide enough to easily fit over your lucky bamboo. Cut both the bottom end and one side off of box. Locate an area to place bamboo where a strong lig... Read More »

Where did lucky bamboo originate?

Lucky bamboo comes from Asia. For more than 4,000 years, this plant was considered a part of the bamboo family, and bamboo is a lucky symbol in China. Lucky bamboo is really Dracaena sanderiana, bu... Read More »