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tracey_naidoo
Tracey Naidoo added this to Garden29 July 2019

ucky Bamboo Botanical name: Dracaena sanderiana An almost foolproof plant, this is not a bamboo but a dracaena that thrives indoors. It’s the Esther Williams of house plants, a water baby that doesn’t need soil to grow. Many come from China twisted into fantastic spirals. Prefers: Indirect average to low light. It’s sensitive to chemicals, so treat it to a few centimetres of filtered water in a tall glass container with a layer of pebbles in the base. Change water once a week and add a drop of liquid fertiliser once a month. Hates: Direct sunlight. Dirty water.

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farmerjanet added this to Bathroom Garden23 July 2019

Lucky Bamboo Botanical name: Dracaena sanderiana An almost foolproof plant, this is not a bamboo but a dracaena that thrives indoors. It’s the Esther Williams of house plants, a water baby that doesn’t need soil to grow. Many come from China twisted into fantastic spirals. Prefers: Indirect average to low light. It’s sensitive to chemicals, so treat it to a few centimetres of filtered water in a tall glass container with a layer of pebbles in the base. Change water once a week and add a drop of liquid fertiliser once a month. Hates: Direct sunlight. Dirty water.

mahucla
. . added this to Plantas11 November 2018

3. Bambú de la suerte Perfecta para… Con ella, limpiamos el aire del hogar en lugares como el cuarto de baño, donde los compuestos volátiles de acetonas y perfumes están siempre presentes. También encaja en vestidores, office de plancha, incluso, tendederos cerrados (donde no hiela). Hablamos de estancias de la casa donde se valora la estilización de plantas no frondosas, ni de hojas grandes –se ensucian fácilmente. Algunos datos interesantes: Tremendamente popular en los últimos años, el conocido como “bambú de la suerte” es, en realidad, una drácena, la Dracaena sanderiana. ¿Cómo cuidarla? Sitúala en un lugar bien iluminado para que las hojas no pierdan su dibujo. Hay que mantener la temperatura sin cambios bruscos. Cambia el agua cada dos o tres semanas, siempre a la misma temperatura y lo más “blanda” posible. A poder ser, mineral.

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