When Lucky Bamboo Leaves Turn Yellow

Draceana sanderiana – which is the official name for the houseplant known as lucky bamboo – usually grows well with minimal care.

It can be grown in plain water, in potting soil or outside in USDA Zones 10 and 11.

The bright green leaves help improve indoor air quality. When leaves turn yellow, however, it's an indication of problems.

Lucky bamboo is an easy-care plant and one of the few that can be grown indoors in plain water. For good health it needs:

– Good quality water that is changed at least every two weeks.

– Bright indirect light – direct sunlight can burn leaves.

– Minimal fertilizer; use liquid fertilizer for water-grown plants and timed-release pellets for plants in soil.

– Good drainage if grown in soil.

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