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Lucky Bamboo planted in soil.
Ask The Expert: can a lucky bamboo be planted in houseplant soil, if so can you please give me step by step directions on doing it. Or should it be left in the container it came in and will it outgrow the container? The container is very small. the measurements are 3"deep,5Â½"long 2"wide. and should it always be in pebbles?thanking you in advance Velma
Lucky Bamboo can be planted in soil. Begin with placing stones or broken crockery pieces in the bottom of a container with drain holes. Then fill the container with a fast draining soil mixture. Make a hole with your finger and place the lucky bamboo stalk in the hole - gently close the hole with soil. Keep in mind that lucky bamboo likes to be crowded so don't use a container that is too large.
Remember that lucky bamboo that has been grown in water for a long time it may not survive in a soil mixture. If you decide you must plant it in soil keep the soil very moist until the lucky bamboo acclimates to the soil mixture.