Like all Dracaena's, the Dracaena sanderiana to which the Lucky Bamboo belongs, can only be used as a room plant. The stems are put into water. Any gravel, marbles or other decorative material may be added to the bottom of the jar or vase, to aggravate or to keep the stems in place. This water should be refreshed every two weeks, or supplemented weekly.
Feeding or fertilization is not necessary and has a rather adverse effect because it affects the salt content of the water. On the water the trunks last for a few weeks or months, sometimes even for years. The Lucky bamboo can also be groomed, but it does not have to. When potted, this must happen in a potting mixture that can contain a lot of water. When they are in the ground can be very carefully fertilized. The plant nut first dissolves in water, and spread on the ground. The stems are preferred for a light spot in the room, without direct sunlight.
The temperature must be between 15 and 25 degrees Celsius, even warmer as well. Spraying with water may be possible, but not necessary. Dust or clean: put the plant in a mild summer rain, and then get it back quickly. The shape of the trunks can be influenced by the use of gravity and the fact that they grow into direct light sources. If the Lucky Bamboo becomes too high, he can be cut off. The tribe is no longer growing. However, he can respond to pruning by developing just below the cut-out leaf blades on the stem.