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What To Do With New Shoot From Lucky Bamboo
Ask the Expert: Lucky Bamboo Plant
I have a new shoot coming out at the root base of one of my Lucky Bamboo plants, how do I take it off and start a new plant.
At the same time, do I trim any of the roots from the three Lucky Bamboo plants that I have in my container?
Plant Expert Reply:
If the shoot has it's own set of roots, you can gently detach it from the main stalk. You now had a new lucky bamboo stalk that can reside in the container with your original stalks or you can place it in its own container.Â If it doesn't have it's own roots you would treat it the same way as propagating lucky bamboo.
As for the roots, you can trim them. I only trim mine if they are excessive and growing out of the container. Don't cut to much of the roots off.