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Recently, I bought a Good Luck Plant in my home. Within 15 days it grown from 10inch to 16inch. Please guide me how to maintain this plant. I am applying a special gel sold separately for this plant. Its it necessary to trim or it grow like any other plant and after that, I should keep it in a pot with good fertile sand? Please help me. Those VASTU experts will have better ideas. I also understand its Chinese Vastu plant.

3 Thoughts on How to maintain Good Luck Plant (small Bamboo plant)?
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    August 23, 2011 at 10:29 pm

    The three stems of Good Luck bamboo I brought into my home grew very rapidly the first 6 months, then slowed, and one by one died. Some had many new shoots.
    I had them in the gel crystals too, and once a month added the suggested amount of very dilute fertilizer. They even had healthy looking roots. I can grow orchids successfully, so it’s not lack of experience with houseplants.
    Probably just something about bamboo physiology I didn’t understand. Perhaps I should have trimmed off the new shoots and started those as new plants?
    I haven’t had any bad luck, so I’m not too worried.

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    Maria W
    August 23, 2011 at 10:33 pm

    I don’t know a lot about it, but I can share what I do know.
    Keep it out of the sunlight. I had mine by my kitchen sink and the leaves started to turn yellow, one by one. When I moved it to my bathroom (with no natural light) it thrived.
    Now all I do is make sure there’s always water in the container it’s in and it is doing great!
    Good Luck! (ha-ha)

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    Mike B
    August 23, 2011 at 11:29 pm

    Here in Hawaii these plants are very big, everyone at work has them. I have 1 on my desk, just in a bottle with water, nothing special, and it’s been growing really good. My wife has one that’s a few years old, at least 3′ to 5′ now, and pretty much touching the ceiling from her desk. She has never trimmed her plant, and it’s growing really nicely.

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