Lucky Bamboo Care Information

The success of your Lucky Bamboo depends on a variety of factors, most notably watering and light. Below are some guidelines to follow that will help ensure that your Lucky Bamboo will stay healthy and happy.

Pruning Tips:
The layered cone of leaves can be cut to your preferred height; eventually, the leaves' center will grow again slowly, which can be trimmed again later.

For green stalks, we recommend fertilizing your lucky Bamboo with liquid fertilizer.

Lucky Bamboo (Dracaena Sanderia) thrives in indirect sunlight. Full sun will cause the leaves to turn yellow.

Temperature Requirements:
Lucky Bamboo prefers warm temperate climates above 60 degrees Fahrenheit. If exposed to colder weather, the leave will start to yellow.

Watering Requirements:
We recommend watering your lucky bamboo with filtered or bottled water. The water level should cover the roots.

The stalk of our Lucky Bamboo, Dracaena Sanderia, will not grow in height or in diameter. The leaves will continue to grow over time and can be trimmed. Bamboo stalks do not require to be transplanted into a bigger container.

Indoor / Outdoor:
Our Lucky Bamboo are indoor Bamboo and are not to be grown in soil.