Beautiful and meaningful
Recieved as a gift. Arrived extremely well packaged. And the bamboo it's so was so adorable! I love the pot it comes in, and the instructions on how to look after it. It sits perfectly in my guest bathroom ????
Perfect for the occasion
2 quality plants, good size and value for money.
Such an unusual plant, bought one for myself and 2 friends and we all love it. It looks spectacular sitting in its ceramic pot which comes with the plant. It also has a well written care sheet for looking after the plant. Lets hope its Lucky for all of us.
Top Notch. A happy Customer..
I like the plant with the container!
The packaging was damaged (soaked and crushed) and the pot was broken unfortunately. The box had 'fragile' stated on it but it looked like little care had been taken in transit to ensure the contents remained intact. The plant itself was fine.
These instructions are sent with the plant gift
Lucky bamboo or Dracaena sanderiana is an ancient Chinese gift, said to bring good luck and prosperity. This bamboo tower is made up of many stems tied in together in a feng shui arrangement. They are extremely easy to care for and will do well in any warm spot indoors even in low or artificial light.
Your lucky bamboo arrangement will do well anywhere nice and warm. An office desk, windowsill, kitchen or bathroom are all good spots as long as the temperatures is above 12C.
Keep the dish topped up with water so that the lucky bamboo roots have plenty to drink. Every now and again it is a good idea to throw away the old water and replace it with fresh to keep the water clear. Lucky bamboo need so little nutrients they are happy in just water for long periods of time. Eventually, if the leaves start to get pale you can add a general house plant feed to the water a couple of times a month.
Your arrangement is held together with ties which gives the plants stability. If you eventually want to separate the individual canes you can do this gently but you will then need to rebuild them with some support or place individual pieces in high sided vases to give them stability.
Pale leaves is a sign either of lack of nutrients or of not enough light so try a lighter spot first and then a feed if that doesn’t work.