Whitewashed Wicker Basket With Liner For Wet Floral Foam
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Lucky Bamboo From Water To Soil
Ask The Expert: I have a lucky bamboo plant that I have had for 2 years. It is doing very well in water.Â I would love to put it in soil, though, thinking that it would do a lot better.Â I was thinking of buyin a good peet moss.Â Would that be alright, or should I get just a flower pot mulch? Greg
Plant Expert Reply:
Although lucky bamboo (Dracaena sanderiana) is normally potted in soil, I would not recommend it after it has been grown in water.Â If you decide that it must be in soil, pot it in a basic houseplant medium.Â You will need to keep the soil very moist to begin with and then reduce to a medium moisture level.
You will need to watch for root rot.Â When you transfer it to a very moist soil, you have a chance of root rot occurring.