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Can Lucky Bamboo Be Planted In Soil?
Can you put Good Luck bamboo in soil?
There are two view points to this question. One side says it should be in water only; the other side says it should be in soil. Lucky bamboo is a member of the Dracaena family (Dracaena sanderiana). I have only grown it in water, as a result I tend to lean toward growing it in water. With that said, Dracaenas are grown in soil -- so it seems to reason that lucky bamboo should be able to grow in soil. My suggestion would be to experiment. If you have more than one stem -- try one in a loose soil that drains well. Because of fungal issues, when in soil don't keep it too wet. Flower Shop Network has a newsletter about Lucky Bamboo if you are interested. Go to Flower Shop Network Newsletter Lucky Bamboo for that information. Hope this helps.