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KL Design & Import - 60 Stalks of Straight Lucky Bamboo (20x4", 20x6" and 20x8")

by KL Design & Import
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KL Design & Import - 60 Stalks of Straight Lucky Bamboo (20x4", 20x6" and 20x8") + KL Design & Import - 20 Bottles of Super Green Green Lucky Bamboo Fertilizer Plant Food *NEW* + 10 Stalks of 8 Inches Spiral Lucky Bamboo
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Product Features

  • These lucky bamboo were imported from China with Phyto Certificate, they are a little thinner than Taiwan bamboo.
  • 60 Stalks of Mixed Sizes Straight Lucky Bamboo (20x4", 20x6" and 20x8")
  • All stalks are healthy, beautiful with full roots and leaves
  • They are in door plants, very easy to take care of. Keep roots in water and void direct sunlight, that's it!
  • I only use biodegradable packing peanuts made from vegetable starch and it's water soluble and compostable.

Product Description

In Asia, Lucky Bamboo is one of the most popular gift items people give away for all occasions, like wedding, house warming, business opening, Christmas, new year, birthday, anniversary, etc. And it is also a great touch when you decorate your house or office since they don't need any sunlight. More importantly, Lucky Bamboo is considered as the "Wood" element people use it in Feng Shui. I kept Lucky Bamboo over two weeks after I got my shipment from China, just to make sure they are healthy and strong. As you can see from the photos, all the bamboo are healthy and beautiful, all have full leaves and roots. It's very easy to take care of Lucky Bamboo, just put roots in water, and keep them in door with room temperature, and stay away from direct sunlight, that's it!

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 60 Lucky bamboos June 20, 2012
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On June 14, 2012, I ordered 60 Stalks of straight Lucky Bamboo and they arrived six days later on June 20. It is an assortment of 4", 6" and 8" tall Lucky Bamboos.

There are (20) 4 inch bamboos. The stalks (or stems) are about 4 inches and with the leaves they measure about 9 inches tall.

The (20) 6 inch bamboos are 6 inch stalks and with the leaves, they are about 11 inches tall.

The (20) 8 inch bamboos are 8 inch stalks and with the leaves, they are about 12 to 14 inches tall.

All the plants have healthy green leaves, with healthy reddish roots. What you see on the internet is what you get in the mail (by way of the U.S. Post office).

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Here are brief directions with information from the Product Description.

1. Give bright or medium light. Avoid direct sunlight.
2. Keep the roots below water.
3. Regular indoor room temperature is fine.

One may grow Lucky Bamboos in just plain water, with rocks or stones to hold them in place (if you wish), or you may plant them in regular potting soil. I have them in soil and I think the plants do better in soil (assuming you water the plant regularly), rather than putting them in water.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful August 11, 2012
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Bamboo came on time, vibrant green and healthy. I put them in new pots a few days after they arrived. So far, still healthy!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Lucky Bamboo April 4, 2012
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I purchased these 6 months ago as Christmas gifts this past holiday season. Having set these up for each recipient prior to gifting the lucky bamboo, I took great care to insure the plants longevity. Over the time, each person I gave these out to has thanked me over and over for their gift mentioning the ease of care, the successful new growth and life their plant adds to the room. One can't go wrong with this product, it also serves to point out that if you're stumped on a gift idea, get these and you'll be thanked profusely for your thoughtfulness.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Quality! April 5, 2011
By SoCal22
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This is my second purchase from this seller and these Lucky Bamboo stalks are just as beautiful as the first! Excellent quality (better than anything you can buy at the grocery store), great packaging, and was shipped very quickly. Definitely recommend and will be back for more!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Service!!! April 7, 2013
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After I purchased the lucky bamboo I received and email from the seller that told me how to begin taking care of my bamboo. I also received a free bottle of super green (They even gave me pointers on how to make the plant food last longer). I ordered the bamboo on Thursday, April 4th. I got the shipment on Saturday, April 6th. The bamboo is extremely healthy and multiple shoots are growing out of many of the stalks (Something I didn't know was possible due to a plant I had previously.)
I love my bamboo and I think I will be ordering from them again. I thought the email was a nice thought.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Durable bamboo July 29, 2011
By fozzy
I bought these a while back, and so far only one has died, which is more than I can say for any other bamboo I've had. I guess I really have a brown thumb if I can kill a lucky bamboo, huh? At any rate, they look nice and hold up well. What more can you ask of a lucky bamboo?
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