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Lucky Bamboo Plant For Feng Shui (Total About 38 Stalks)
LUCKY BAMBOO – a well-known plant for bringing good fortune and one key element in feng shui in Chinese Culture. A good addition as a décor in your home, believed to extract a positive energy into your home or office. Receiving a bamboo plant as a gift is assumed to bring a good luck to the receiver. Lucky Bamboo house plant is estimated to grow about 2 to 3 feet in height.
TAKING CARE OF BAMBOO PLANT – a bamboo plant grows fine in a vase filled with pebbles with an inch of water. A drop of liquid fertilizer once a week will motivate its growth. Note that the water of the Bamboo Plant should be changed once in every two weeks. Prefers bright and filtered sunlight, avoid placing in a direct sunlight as it will burn the leaves
TRIMMING A LUCKY BAMBOO – cutting the main stalk of the lucky bamboo is not a good idea. You can do the trimming within the offshoots in an inch or two of the main stem. To depress new growth, you can dip the cut end in paraffin.
WHITE AFRICAN IRIS , live plant, includes special blend fertilizer & planting guide
African Iris plants are at home in any garden, offering aesthetic value and a dramatic flair with their beautiful white blooms and yellow accents. These versatile plants are regularly known as a Fortnight Lily because they bloom in bursts with a two-week cycle of down time.
9Greenbox – Fiddle Leafed Fig, Ficus lyrata – 4″ Pot
The leaves can grow up to twelve inches long. Outdoors, they may be able to produce flowers and fruits. It is usually a perfect indoor specimen plant. The plant features very large, heavily veined, and violin-shaped leaves that grow upright on a tall plant.
Carnivorous Plant Mature Tarnok Pitcher Plant – Sarracenia – 4″ Pot
This plant loves muggy summers. It’s a robust grower that clumps very nicely. It’s also a fantastic bug catcher and invites many yellow jackets and wasps to enter its pitchers. Sarracenia leucophylla, also known as white top pitcher, has a frilly hood with beautifully patterned with red veins against a white background. The Tarnok cultivar is unique among the Sarracenia species because of its double petaled flowers. The Tarnok is also one of the hardiest forms of Sarracenia leucophylla. It comes back every spring after a hard freezes during the winter.