Is Lucky Bamboo a Succulent?

The Lucky Bamboo plant is a household plant which is easy to care for and grows well in indirect sunlight.

Many people think that it's a real bamboo plant. But it is a type of tropical water lily called Dracaena Sanderiana.

Despite its appearance, lucky bamboo (Dracaena sanderiana or braunii) is actually more closely related to succulents than to bamboo, which is a type of grass.

 Lucky bamboo is very easy to care for as long as you grow it in good quality water.

Lucky bamboo is a short-lived plant and lives for one to two years. However expect your plant to live a few years longer if you transfer it to a pot with soil.

Lucky bamboo grows moderately fast. It can grow around 19 inches in six months. It will likely grow to a maximum indoors of 3 feet, but sometimes lucky bamboo houseplants grow to 5 feet.

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