So you have enough green bamboo, golden bamboo and even black bamboo. Now you’re ready to branch out into the far reaches of the rainbow. Pardon the mixed metaphor, but maybe it’s time for you to plant some Blue Bamboo. Is that even a thing? And if so, what is it? Bambusa chungii, a tropical […]
Black bamboo (phyllostachys nigra) is the rarest and most beautiful in the bamboo family. The canes start out green and turn ebony black within two years. The contrast between the black canes and green foliage is striking. As far as temperature range goes, these are considered to be the hardiest of all bamboo species. Since black bamboo is slower to expand, they’re much easier to control. The wood can be harvested and is of very high quality. Each pack comes with basic instructions for…
It is possible for your lucky bamboo plant to turn yellow. Lucky bamboo plants that have yellowing leaves or yellowing stalks can do so for a variety of reasons. Continue reading to find out how to revive your yellowing lucky bamboo plant. In addition, find out why your lucky bamboo is turning yellow. Finally, we provide you with some advice on how to care for your Lucky Bamboo (also known as Dracaena Sanderiana in the botanical world).
Lucky Bamboo (science name Dracaena Sanderiana) is a beautiful and easy house plant to grow in your garden. Learn tips and helpful advice on how to care for lucky bamboo to keep it alive and living longer. From watering to sunlight needs, read on to find out what you need to grow lucky bamboo plants. #Plants #Gardening #UrbanOrganicYield