From our authentic Mongolian dishes to freshly prepared seafood, we satisfy your cravings and offer a new twist on comfort food. Properly cared for, it can grow to about 2 to 3 feet in height. Sounds like the perfect plant for me, given I love the look and feel of being surrounded by house plants. Audrey Hunt from Idyllwild Ca. I found it quite interesting when you discussed the bamboo's relationship with Hinduism. Lucky bamboo is a popular and common houseplant, but unlike many others, it’s very easy to care for and doesn’t need to be planted in soil: It can survive in just a few inches of water! Good Health – A lucky bamboo plant kept in the Eastern part of a home or building attracts good health. A graduate in botany, Nithya Venkat enjoys writing about plants that help sustain life on planet Earth. Lucky bamboo has many common names, including curly bamboo, Chinese water bamboo, friendship bamboo, Goddess of Mercy plant, Belgian evergreen, and ribbon plant. Say 6 stalks and 21 stalks in separate pots? According to the principles of feng shui, the positive energy of the plant differs depending on the number of stalks that are bound together. Remember not to add too much fertilizer. Can I take 'cuttings' off it so as I have more plants.?? This is the article I was looking, for it has Oedema. alwaysexploring thank you and curly bamboos are great. This is so interesting and informative and didn't know about the numbers of bamboo or luck behind them. It has become widely popular due to its ability to intertwine eastern mysticism with western new age culture. Up++++. Here’s a fun fact: lucky bamboo isn’t actually bamboo! I did not even know it was called that, nor did I know it is not really bamboo. If planted in the ground, it loses its bamboo-like look and it would fill with a leaf-like shape like other dragon trees. Sanjeev Sharma nothing bad can happen when another fresh new stalk grows. Despite several of its common names that suggest it is from China or Belgium, it is a native African species. Answer: Rotting of the Lucky Bamboo does not alter anything. Question: Why are the stalks of lucky bamboo plant yellow but leaves are green? Answer: No, there are no adverse effects to owning a Lucky Bamboo. But I see that 1 of them has stopped growing completely. Thanks for a really interesting hub.I have seen these plants around before but I never knew their significance. Nithya Venkat (author) from Dubai on May 14, 2014: DDE thank you for stopping by and your vote up. Thanks for a great Hub! How long does it long for bamboos to rot? I have been keeping Bamboo plants in my drawing room since long. Yesterday, I spotted lucky bamboo in a store. Question: Is it true that you can't keep the lucky bamboo in the bedroom? Question: Why was the Lucky Bamboo plant named that? I find it fascinating that it was named after an English gardener. I often buy these for gifts. Fascinatingly, lucky bamboo is not actually a bamboo plant at all. This Lucky Family will bring beauty AND luck to your home and your family. Dracaena sanderiana is a species of flowering plant in the family Asparagaceae, native to Central Africa. I have read this earlier and your updated version is even more better. As I grew up in a Taiwanese family, I often saw these around my house throughout my life. Fantastic information, especially about how to care for Lucky Bamboos. Hello I've just bought 2 of theses from Ikea something draw me towards them caint wait to get a pretty vase and put this in my window, I have 1 bamboo plant in it's original small pot, which has sent out two other shoots. You can then use this water for your Lucky Bamboo. CrisSp from Sky Is The Limit Adventure on May 27, 2014: This is awesome. Audrey. Thanks for sharing. A powerful blessing for great wealth and strong health. Thank you for the vote up too. they are lovely plants, now that I know more about it I'll certainly get one, I'm slowly getting back to growing house plants again, thank you for this. billybuc thank you for your visit, this plant is well known for it's good luck factor!! You can also use distilled water. Remove the bamboo stalks from the original container. vote up and share. Did You Know? Lucky bamboo, also called “Chinese Culm” is actually native to Africa. on May 12, 2014: Vellur, I did not know all these things about Lucky Bamboo. Lucky bamboo is considered to be auspicious within the Chinese system of feng shui. :). My question is should I transfer it to either water or dirt or should I leave it like it is thank you. Thanks! Not quite sure if it is identical to yours, will check it out. I thought it fascinating that the Lucky Bamboo is actually Lily plants! When placed in the correct pot, this easy care plant can introduce fire and metal for a complete balance of the five elements. I think I'll save this for future reference - for real!
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