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5 Layer Braided Lucky Bamboo

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5 Layer Braided Lucky Bamboo


Lucky bamboo is a household plant known to increase Feng shui. The common houseplant that most people refer to as lucky bamboo is not actually bamboo. While the stalks or stems do resemble bamboo, it's actually called dracaena or Dracaena sanderiana.



lucky bamboo is tied to how many stalks you have. There are different meanings associated with various lucky bamboo arrangements. For example:


    • Two stalks represent love.

    • Three stalks represent Fu (happiness), Lu (wealth), and Soh (long life).

    • Five stalks represent the areas of life that impact wealth.

    • Six stalks represent good luck and wealth.

    • Seven stalks represent good health.

    • Eight stalks represent growth.

    • Nine stalks represent great luck.

    • Ten stalks represent perfection.

    • Twenty-one stalks represent a powerful blessing.


Lucky bamboo is a relatively easy plant to care for and will thrive in a light-filled home. It grows best in bright light. While it can tolerate lower light levels, it won't grow very much without a lot of bright light. Rotate your plant often so that the light reaches the entire plant evenly.

Most lucky bamboo arrangements feature the bamboo stalks growing in a decorative pot of water or planted in pebbles. Make sure that the water is always completely covering the roots. Add a bit of water as needed; depending on the temperature, this may be between two and seven days. Completely change the water every two to three months or more frequently if you find the water giving off a foul odor. Tap water is fine to use unless your tap water is hard (containing a lot of minerals). If so, use distilled or purified water.