90Cm+ 1 stem Stick Small Dracaena Sanderiana Chinese Lucky bamboo Plants
Draceana Lucky Bamboo – Spiral is approx. 5cm and wholesaled in Batches of 1 stem. Very popular in corporate events & floral displays. Lucky bamboo is happy to grow without soil in a few inches of water. It prefers moderate or indirect light; avoid direct sun which will scorch the leaves. Temperatures should be between 65–95° F. Fresh, clean water is essential to maintain the plants and the roots should always be wet or moist. Replenish the vase with fresh water every 7–10 days. Feeding every 3–4 weeks with liquid fertilizer is sufficient. In their natural tropical habitat grown outdoors the lucky bamboo will flower, but grown indoors they will not. Lucky Bamboo is the most popular indoor plant in the world as it is very easy to care for and easy to grow, they are also able to survive in very dark locations and grow without any natural sunlight. They can be grown in a glass of water for many years with only occasional fertilising. They can also be grown in potting mix like any indoor plant. Dracaenas are rated the best of all indoor plants at being able to survive under low light or artificial lighting. Although able to be planted in water, Dracaenas grown in soil will last much longer. Often used in flower arrangements, Lucky Bamboo is a low-maintenance, high visual impact plant, hardy enough to survive even the least green-thumbed people.
- Great for indoors and small spaces
- Handles low light environments
- Hardy and low maintenance
- Comes in vial
Yellow or brown leaf edges: The possible cause can be too much chemicals in the water (fluoride, chlorine or others) or direct sunlight. If the plant has had no direct sunlight then the problem has to be water chemical which should only require you to remove the old water and use distilled water.
Also make sure your not over feeding with fertilizer which can also turn leaves yellow. Browning of the leaves can also be caused by dry air which can be overcome with increasing the humidity.
Stalks becoming soft and/or yellow: The bottom of stalks can become soft and mushy or yellow for a variety of reasons, but it’s often water related. The fact of the matter is this stalk is already dead or near death and will need to be separated from the other stalks and thrown away. Remove this stalk as soon a possible so it does not affect healthy stalks.