Lucky Bamboo Pruning?

Answer Lucky bamboo--or Dracaena sanderiana--is not bamboo. The lucky bamboo plant is a type of lily. You can grow lucky bamboo in water. It grows approximately 1 to 3 inches a year. The maximum height fo... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Lucky Bamboo Pruning

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 »

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 »

Will a Cut of Lucky Bamboo Take Root?

Lucky bamboo comes from the tropical rain forests and is typically grown as a houseplant. The plant grows well with indirect sunlight. Direct sunlight causes yellowing leaves and pale green stalks.... Read More »

How to Propagate Lucky Bamboo?

Lucky bamboo (botanical name "Dracaena sanderiana") is a small, shrubby plant that is sold extensively as a hardy houseplant. Despite its name, lucky bamboo is not related to bamboo and is not even... Read More »