Decorate Your Office Desk With Beautiful Indoor Plant Lucky Bamboo

by Sadabahar Greens Pvt. Ltd.

If you work in an office or cubicle, it's important to keep your work area as healthy as possible. If you're looking for a way to add some life and beauty to your work area, consider adding lucky bamboo plants. Lucky bamboo plants are beautiful indoor plants that are easy to take care of and are perfect for desk decor. If you want to decorate your office with lucky bamboo plants, you will need to purchase the plant and then take the plant home.Decorate Your Office Desk With  Beautiful Indoor Plant Lucky Bamboo Urban Plants

Place the plant in a large bowl or vase so that it can stand on its own. Fill the vase with water and let the soil dry out before adding more water. The bamboo plant, also known as the lucky bamboo, is a charming plant that, as the name suggests, is believed to bring great luck. This plant is traditionally associated with wealth and luck and is perfect for your desk at work and beautiful indoor plants

Bamboo plants are very low-maintenance plants with tough stems that can grow in pots of fresh water or soil, as well as in a wide range of light conditions.

Lucky Bamboo Care Tips

  • Water regularly, keeping the soil moist but not wet.
  • Maintain a moderate to high humidity level.
  • Prune as needed to maintain a desired shape and size.
  • Remove any dead or diseased bamboo sections.


If growing your plants in soil, make sure it is slightly moist. Don't let the soil get too dry and don't overwater as this can cause root rot. If you decide to grow your bamboo in water, make sure the roots are always covered with water. Fill your lucky bamboo with fresh water every seven to 10 days to keep it happy and healthy.

Decorate Your Office Desk With  Beautiful Indoor Plant Lucky Bamboo Urban Plants


Lucky bamboo needs moderate or indirect sunlight. Direct sunlight will burn the leaves, so don't place your plants in front of a bright window. Burnt leaves look like they do: the edges of the leaves have a brownish tint as if they were burned in a fire. If your leaves look a little burnt, move your bamboo to an area with less light.

Propagate a lucky bamboo plant

To propagate a lucky bamboo plant, first identify a healthy root stalk (there should be more than two bamboo segments) with an offshoot. Clip the offshoot where it joins the stem of the parent plant and remove the lower layer of leaves to create a new independent stem. Place the new stems in a small container of water and nurture the plant as it grows.

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