15 - 20cm Twin Lucky Bamboo (With Ceramics) Dracaena House Plant 11cm Pot
15 - 20cm Twin Lucky Bamboo (With Ceramics) Dracaena House Plant 11cm Pot

15 - 20cm Twin Lucky Bamboo (With Ceramics) Dracaena House Plant 11cm Pot

Lucky Bamboo, scientifically known as Dracaena sanderiana, is a popular and easy-to-care-for houseplant that is often associated with good luck and prosperity. It is not a true bamboo but has a similar appearance. A twin pack of Lucky Bamboo in...
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15 - 20cm Twin Lucky Bamboo (With Ceramics) Dracaena House Plant 11cm Pot

15 - 20cm Twin Lucky Bamboo (With Ceramics) Dracaena House Plant 11cm Pot

£49.99 £39.99

15 - 20cm Twin Lucky Bamboo (With Ceramics) Dracaena House Plant 11cm Pot

£49.99 £39.99

Lucky Bamboo, scientifically known as Dracaena sanderiana, is a popular and easy-to-care-for houseplant that is often associated with good luck and prosperity. It is not a true bamboo but has a similar appearance. A twin pack of Lucky Bamboo in ceramic pots makes for an attractive and auspicious addition to any home or office space. Here are some general characteristics of Lucky Bamboo:

  • Foliage: The stems are thick and green, with lance-shaped leaves that emerge from the nodes. The leaves are typically bright green and glossy.
  • Growth Habit: Lucky Bamboo can be grown in water or soil. When grown in water, the roots are submerged, while the stems and leaves grow above the waterline.
  • Size: Lucky Bamboo can reach a height of 30-90 cm (12-36 inches), depending on the growing conditions and care.

Care Guide

  1. Light:

    • Indirect Light: Prefers bright, indirect light. Direct sunlight can scorch the leaves, while too little light can result in slower growth and yellowing leaves.
    • Low Light Tolerance: Can tolerate low light conditions, making it suitable for offices and dimly lit rooms.
  2. Watering:

    • Water-Grown: If grown in water, ensure the roots are always submerged. Change the water every 2-4 weeks to keep it fresh and prevent algae growth. Use distilled or filtered water to avoid chlorine and fluoride, which can damage the plant.
    • Soil-Grown: If grown in soil, keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. Water when the top inch of soil feels dry. Ensure the pot has drainage holes to prevent root rot.
    • Humidity: Lucky Bamboo can adapt to average household humidity levels but appreciates occasional misting, especially in dry environments.
  3. Temperature:

    • Warm: Thrives in temperatures between 18-24°C (65-75°F). Protect the plant from cold drafts and temperatures below 15°C (59°F).
  4. Soil:

    • Well-Draining: If growing in soil, use a well-draining potting mix, such as a blend of peat, perlite, and regular potting soil. Good drainage is crucial to prevent waterlogging.
    • Water: If growing in water, ensure the roots are adequately submerged and use clean, distilled water.
  5. Fertilising:

    • Mild Fertiliser: Feed with a diluted, balanced, water-soluble fertiliser every 2-3 months. Use a fertiliser formulated for houseplants, and avoid over-fertilising, as this can damage the plant.
    • Low Requirement: Lucky Bamboo has low fertiliser requirements, so a light feeding every few months is sufficient.
  6. Pruning:

    • Minimal Pruning: Pruning is generally not necessary, but you can trim any yellowing or damaged leaves to maintain the plant's appearance. Cut back any overly long stems to encourage bushier growth.
    • Shape Maintenance: If the plant becomes too tall or leggy, cut the stems back to a desired height. New shoots will emerge from the cut points.
  7. Repotting:

    • Every 1-2 Years: Repot the plant every 1-2 years if grown in soil, or refresh the water regularly if grown hydroponically. Choose a slightly larger pot or container to allow for growth.
    • Fresh Soil/Water: Use fresh, well-draining soil when repotting or clean, distilled water when refreshing.
  8. Pests:

    • Common Pests: Monitor for common pests such as spider mites, aphids, and mealybugs. Treat infestations promptly with insecticidal soap or neem oil.
    • Good Air Circulation: Ensure good air circulation around the plant to prevent fungal infections.
  9. Propagation:

    • Stem Cuttings: Lucky Bamboo can be easily propagated through stem cuttings. Cut a healthy stem below a node, place the cutting in water, and wait for roots to develop. Once rooted, the cutting can be potted in soil or kept in water.

Conclusion

Lucky Bamboo (Twin Pack in Ceramic Pots) is an attractive and relatively easy-to-care-for plant, perfect for adding a touch of greenery and a sense of tranquility to any space. With the right care and conditions, you can enjoy its lush, green foliage and benefit from its reputed auspicious properties year-round.

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Upright and Fresh: Our innovative design ensures that your plants remain upright and fresh during transit. Specially engineered compartments and supports within the box prevent movement and damage, so your plants arrive in perfect condition.

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Tropical Glasshouse Nursery: Our plants are nurtured in our tropical glasshouse nursery located in Lincolnshire, where we maintain an average temperature of 16°C. We do not use cold warehouses, ensuring optimal conditions for plant health.

Plastic Nursery Pots: All our plants are supplied in practical plastic nursery pots. If you prefer a more decorative option, we offer a range of stylish pots available for purchase separately.

Non-Consumable: Please note that our plants are intended for ornamental purposes only unless specifically stated as edible. Ensure you check product descriptions carefully if you are looking for edible varieties.

Variable Heights: The height of our plants can vary by approximately +/- 10%. This natural fluctuation ensures you receive a unique and healthy specimen.

Plant Pot Sizes: Pot sizes may vary by approximately +/- 1cm. To ensure a proper fit, we recommend selecting a decorative pot that is 1-2cm larger than the stated plant pot size. For instance, if you purchase a plant in a 17cm pot, a 18 - 19cm decorative pot would be ideal.

Quarantining: All our houseplants are regularly sprayed with a preventative systemic bug treatment. We do our best to ensure a bug free growing environment however sometimes these can unfortunately be missed, as such we always recommend quarantining plants when they first enter your home and checking them upon arrival for bugs.

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