Sculptural lucky bamboo plants have eye catching shapes, swirls, or braided stalks, and are frequently spotted in offices and residences for the purpose of good feng shui.


Can be grown in well drained, rich potting soil. The soil should be kept moist, but not soaked. Additionally, it an thrive well when housed in pebbles or simply a vase filled with water, as long as it has at least an inch of standing water at all times.


Lucky bamboo prefers bright, filtered sunlight. Avoid direct sunlight as it will scorch the leaves. They are more tolerant of too little light than too much. If the plant begins to stretch or the green fades, provide more light.


A single drop of liquid fertilizer each month is plenty for most lucky bamboo arrangements.


Very sensitive to chlorine and other chemicals commonly found in tap water. It is best to water your bamboo with distilled or rain water.


Though the plant looks like bamboo and grows fast like bamboo (it can grow well over a foot in six months), it’s not related to it at all, and it’s actually more of a succulent plant.