Bamboo is an attractive, grown version of commonly called lucky bamboo. The plant’s botanical name is Dracaena sanderiana. which is easy to care for and grows well in indirect sunlight. Also considered as a symbol of luck brings good luck.
Light: bamboo needs very little light. It grows best in low, indirect light.
Water: Most indoor bamboo grows in narrow vases filled with water, make sure to change the water every one or two weeks.
Fertilizer: Feed the plant lightly. Use liquid fertilizer and Wait until the fertilizer has been properly absorbed
Temperature: Locate the plant in normal room temperatures between 65 and 70 degrees Fahrenheit.
Potting: Repot or divide when the bamboo outgrows its container.
Pruning: Remove the dead leaves or stem which turn yellow regularly to avoid fungal activity, and shape it once it is established and healthy.