Lucky Bamboo – Hydro | Ceramic Pot
Sientific Name: Dracaena sanderiana Sander
Common Name: Lucky bamboo
Lucky Bamboo or Dracaena sanderiana looks like real potted bamboo, so people called her Lucky Bamboo. However, in addition to external similarities, the plants have nothing in common. Amazing sticks with a bunch of green leaves on top are considered a symbol of good luck, according to Feng Shui they bring happiness and prosperity to the home of their owners. Dracaena sander is used to compose compositions, giving shoots a variety of forms, and is grown as an independent plant at home in the ground or water.
SIZE: Height 70 cm, approximately
LIGHT: Bamboo will thrive in almost any area of the home where many other plants could not survive. In nature, bamboo grows in the shade of rainforest trees, so they prefer indirect, but bright sunlight.
If the plant receives too much direct sunlight, the leaves will burn and turn brown. But, if it gets too little sun, it will cause hamper the plant’s growth.
WATERING: Since the plant lives in water, there? no guesswork when it comes to watering lucky bamboo! All you need to do is to make sure that there? always water in the container. Some people suggest that you change the water on a regular basis, but as long as clean water is used, it? not necessary to keep changing it.
HUMIDITY: Average household humidity is adequate
FERTILISER: Once a month, balance NPK: 20-20-20 or lower equivalent balance NPK ratio.
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