Uniquely different, this arrangement features exotic curly bamboo set in river rocks artistically arranged in a clear glass vase. For discerning tastes.
Approx. 30"H x 8"W
1. Choose the right container: Use a clean container that is tall enough to support the plant's height. Make sure the container has no drainage holes, as lucky bamboo grows best in water.
2. Use clean water: Fill the container with filtered or distilled water. Avoid using tap water as it may contain chemicals like chlorine or fluoride, which can harm the plant.
3. Maintain water level: Keep the water level consistent, ensuring that the roots are always submerged. Check the water level regularly and refill as needed. Add water slowly to avoid disturbing the plant's roots.
4. Provide indirect light: Lucky bamboo prefers bright, indirect light. Place the plant near a window where it can receive filtered sunlight or artificial light. Avoid direct sunlight, as it can scorch the leaves.
5. Avoid extreme temperatures: Lucky bamboo thrives in temperatures between 65°F and 90°F (18°C to 32°C). Keep the plant away from drafts, air conditioning, or heating vents, as sudden temperature changes can stress the plant.
6. Change the water regularly: Every two to four weeks, replace the water completely to prevent the buildup of algae, bacteria, or other contaminants. Rinse the container thoroughly before refilling with fresh water.
7. Fertilize sparingly: Lucky bamboo is relatively low-maintenance and does not require frequent fertilization. If desired, use a diluted liquid fertilizer specifically formulated for lucky bamboo once every two to three months. Follow the instructions on the fertilizer packaging for proper dilution ratios.
8. Prune as needed: Trim any yellow or damaged leaves using clean and sharp scissors. This helps maintain the plant's overall appearance and health.
9. Keep the plant clean: Wipe the leaves gently with a soft, damp cloth to remove dust and keep them clean. This promotes healthy photosynthesis and prevents pests from infesting the plant.
10. Monitor for pests: Watch out for common pests like aphids or spider mites. If you notice any signs of infestation, isolate the plant and treat it with an appropriate organic insecticidal soap or consult a professional for guidance.
By following these basic care instructions, your lucky bamboo plant growing in water can thrive, last longer, and remain healthy.
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