The Lucky Bamboo plant is a household plant that is easy to care for and grows well in indirect sunlight. Many people think that it’s a real bamboo plant. But it is a type of tropical water lily called Dracaena Sanderiana. The lucky bamboo plant is one of the most popular Feng Shui cures said to bring good luck and prosperity to the place where it is grown. It is also known to enhance the flow of positive energy in the home and office when placed in the right direction.
Lucky bamboo grows in stalks with roots at the bottom, and tufts of elongated green leaves grow from the top. In addition to straight stalks, you can sometimes find lucky bamboo with stalks that are braided or bundled together with wire. Lucky bamboo can also be curled and woven into various shapes. This is a fast-growing plant, growing about 19 inches in six months. With just a little care, this attractive houseplant can bring beauty—and maybe even a little luck—to your space. However, If you're a pet owner, grow lucky bamboo with caution, as this species is toxic to dogs and cats.
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