How To Propagat Lucky Bamboo Plants?

If your lucky bamboo is healthy, you'll notice that it quickly outgrows its original shape.

Instead of maintaining the nice, twisted corkscrews or interlocking patterns, the new shoots tend to grow straight up.

Attractive at first, they will quickly result in an unbalanced plant. Fortunately, lucky bamboo is easily propagated.

The first step is to take a healthy cutting. You can take cuttings after you have trimmed the mother plant.

Make sure the cuttings have at least one leaf joint and preferably more. Trim excess leaves away to expose the growth node.

Lucky bamboo can be rooted bare, or you can use a rooting hormone.

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