Lucky Bamboo Plant Care: How To Keep A Lucky Bamboo From Rotting - Preventing rot in lucky bamboo is not too difficult if you are attentive to the plant and act quickly when you see a problem with the plant’s roots. Use this article to learn how to keep a lucky bamboo from rotting, especially when grown in water.
Lucky bamboo can develop yellow leaves or a yellow stalk for a number of reasons. The key to saving a plant when the yellow appears is to assess the cause and take action to restore the plant to health. There are four possible causes for a yellow plant outside of disease: water, light, fertilizer, or temperature. | What to Do When Lucky Bamboo Turns Yellow from #LoveToKnow
When pruning bamboo culms, make cuts just above the culm node. Similarly when pruning the branches, make cuts above the branch nodes. This way, there is no unsightly stub remaining behind which can rot and deteriorate. To compensate for the lost foliage, branches below the cut line will grow more leaves producing thicker foliage.