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Lucky bamboo can develop yellow leaves or a yellow stalk for a number of reasons. The key to saving a plant when the yellow appears is to assess the cause and take action to restore the plant to health. There are four possible causes for a yellow plant outside of disease: water, light, fertilizer, or temperature. | What to Do When Lucky Bamboo Turns Yellow from #LoveToKnow

What to Do When Lucky Bamboo Turns Yellow | LoveToKnow

Lucky bamboo can develop yellow leaves or a yellow stalk for a number of reasons. The key to saving a plant when the yellow appears is to assess the cause and take action to restore the plant to health. There are four possible causes for a yellow plant outside of disease: water, light, fertilizer, or temperature. | What to Do When Lucky Bamboo Turns Yellow from #LoveToKnow

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How to Care for an Indoor Bamboo Plant: 14 Steps (with Pictures)

There are hundreds of bamboo species you can grow indoors, from colorful table plants to majestic centerpieces. Bamboo tends to be more stressed in an indoor environment, so plenty of tender loving care is required. A close eye on moisture...

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How to Care for Bamboo Plants

Learn how to care for bamboo plants using this easy to follow guide. Bamboo plants are great for the home or office.

Learn how to select and care for bamboo plants with this easy to follow guide. Bamboo plants make a perfect gift or decoration for your home or office.

2 Easy Ways to Care for an Indoor Bamboo Plant - wikiHow

How to Care for an Indoor Bamboo Plant: 14 Steps (with Pictures)

There are hundreds of bamboo species you can grow indoors, from colorful table plants to majestic centerpieces. Bamboo tends to be more stressed in an indoor environment, so plenty of tender loving care is required. A close eye on moisture...

How to Propagate Lucky Bamboo: 14 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow

How to Propagate Lucky Bamboo

How to Propagate Lucky Bamboo. Lucky bamboo is a popular houseplant that people love to give as a housewarming gift. Despite the name, lucky bamboo isn't really bamboo, and is instead a species of Dracaena. The easiest and fastest way to...

Lucky bamboo (Dracaena sanderiana), also called a ribbon plant, is a fixture in homes and offices because of its minimal care requirements and low light needs. The evergreen plant is slow-growing and ...

How to Trim Lucky Bamboo Stalks and Roots

How to Trim Lucky Bamboo Stalks and Roots. Lucky bamboo (Dracaena sanderiana), also called a ribbon plant, is a fixture in homes and offices because of its minimal care requirements and low light needs. The evergreen plant is slow-growing and can reach up to 6 feet tall, but is normally around 2 to 3 feet as a ...

Bamboo cuttings are a form of vegetative propagation that uses part of a parent plant to produce a new plant. There are three relatively easy methods of bamboo cuttings; root mass divisions, rhizome cuttings, and culm burial. Each method has different moisture and soil requirements as well.

How to Grow Bamboo Cuttings

Bamboo cuttings are a form of vegetative propagation that uses part of a parent plant to produce a new plant. There are three relatively easy methods of bamboo cuttings: root mass divisions, rhizome cuttings, and culm burial. Each method has different moisture and soil requirements.

This is my mini *lucky bamboo* garden that I just created using four bamboo shoots, a vase, a chinese bamboo plate, two square jars, glass beads, and river stones purchased at the Dollar Tree store. I probagated and placed the shoots, river stones and an inch of water in the containers and used the stones to anchor them. The plants do well in medium-indirect lighting, misted once or twice daily and the water changed once a week to prevent bacteria and root rot. Posted: 1/23/14

This is my mini *lucky bamboo* garden that I just created using four bamboo shoots, a vase, a chinese bamboo plate, two square jars, glass beads, and river stones purchased at the Dollar Tree store. I probagated and placed the shoots, river stones and an inch of water in the containers and used the stones to anchor them. The plants do well in medium-indirect lighting, misted once or twice daily and the water changed once a week to prevent bacteria and root rot. Posted: 1/23/14

3 Ways to Propagate Bamboo - wikiHow

How to Propagate Bamboo

How to Propagate Bamboo. Bamboo is a thick, woody grass used in furniture and flooring. In your garden, they can be used as large ornamental plants or as a dense privacy barrier. If you already have bamboo, you can easily propagate with...

Lucky Bamboo repotting into soil (Care Tips) - YouTube

Lucky Bamboo repotting into soil (Care Tips)

Traditionally you see Lucky Bamboo (Dracaena Braunii) growing in water. But, did you know you can grow them successfully in soil? Today I'm repotting my Lu...