* Prices shown in US Dollars, do not include delivery charge and may vary during holidays. The color or variety of some flowers, plants and containers may be substituted due to regional or seasonal availability.
▼▲View Care Information
Why Is My Lucky Bamboo Turning Yellow? How Can I Save My Other Plants?
Ask The Expert: I am at a loss.Â I've done a lot of research and I can't figure out why the leaves on my plant are turning yellow.Â She's a lucky bamboo. I have 10 plants - all except this one are doing very well.Â I only give them distilled water and change their water every 10 days.Â They get a good amount of light, but never direct sunlight.Â Can you help?? There are three stalks, the main stalk still looks good, hasn't turned yellow.Â There are a few brown spots on the one stalk where the leaves are turning yellow. Is there anything I can do to prevent my other seven plants from getting fungus?
[gallery columns="2" orderby="rand"]
Flower Shop Network Plant Expert Reply: Watch the area for the next couple of days and see if they spread. It looks like it may be the start of a fungus. The only way to get rid of it is to remove the diseased stalk. If the top looks good you can propagate a new stalk. Fungus is usually air borne. Keep the water clean and the plant out of stress and the fungus should be a problem. Also remove all plants with fungus away from healthy plants.