This topic is a big question for many of our customers. We send favors un-assembled to avoid breakage and to lower shipping cost for you. Here are some tips on how to arrange your favors and remember to keep out of direct sunlight to avoid burning of the leaves.
Step 1: Add a thin layer of rocks/marbles/gravel to the bottom of the vase.
Step 2: Arrange and center the bamboo inside the vase.
Step 3: While holding...
Keeping your lucky bamboo plant clean will ensure that it will grow healthy and green.
1. Remove lucky bamboo from rocks and vase.
2. Rinse the bamboo and rocks separately in a sink or bucket. (make sure to avoid rocks going down the drain if using a sink) Do not use soap to clean the container or rocks as this may cause chemicals to interact with the bamboo.
3. Scrub off any calcium build up left by hard...
Lucky Bamboo is a very hardy plant. If the roots of your bamboo look overcrowded or dense with long roots, it is time for a bamboo haircut! To give your bamboo the proper trimming, follow these three easy steps:
Step 1: Gently remove the lucky bamboo from the water and rocks. Give the bamboo a good rinse of water.
Step 2: Once the bamboo has been cleaned, with the use of a sharp clean scissor or garden shears you...
Posted by chuniper
on Sep 15th, 2008 in Lucky Bamboo
, Zen Living
Traditional Feng Shui practitioners believe that the number of lucky bamboo stalks has meaning when put together in an arrangement, especially when given as gift. Luckily for us, almost any number of stalks in a lucky bamboo arrangement imparts luck or fortune in some way. Below are some common interpretations.
2 lucky bamboo – represents love
3 lucky bamboo – represents happiness
5 lucky bamboo...
Bugs, for most of us they are to be squished upon contact, for some a scream and “get away from me!” reaction, and for the few as pets. But no matter how you look at it, we all have to live with them on this planet which we, and them, consider as home. Did you know that more than a million species have been classified while an estimated 20+ millions are unclassified? That potentially makes up over 80% of all...