Importance of Three Layer Lucky Bamboo Plant

Lucky Bamboo is the most popular Feng Shui product. The common names of lucky bamboo are Sander's dracaena, ribbon dracaena, lucky bamboo, curly bamboo, Chinese water bamboo, Goddess of Mercy's plant, Belgian evergreen, and ribbon plant. All the 5 elements of nature are found in perfect balance in a lucky bamboo plant and that’s why they are touted to bring good luck, happiness, prosperity, and harmony in the lives of people.

Check this video and know more about the importance of 3 layer lucky bamboo plants:

Basic Information about Lucky Bamboo:

Origin: Central Africa
Scientific Name Dracaena sanderiana (Named after the German–English gardener Henry Frederick Conrad Sander)
Where To Keep It East & Southeast Direction
Sunlight Bright Indirect Light
Water Moderately moist. Not too dry or soggy
Soil Any soil with good drainage.

These lucky plants are generally available in 2 layers and 3 layers and they carry significance.

3 Layer Lucky Bamboo: Three layers of Lucky Bamboo is believed to be one of the most favorite presentations of lucky bamboo. It brings three kinds of luck to you: Happiness (Fu), Long Life (Soh) and Wealth (Lu).

2 Layer Lucky Bamboo: Two-layered Lucky Bamboo is an expression of love and is also said to double your luck in every department of your life.

Why should you gift a Chinese water bamboo plant?

Did You Know- According to Chinese folklore, anyone who receives a lucky bamboo as a New Year's gift will experience good fortune and prosperity for at least the following year!

Lucky Bamboo plants are easy to maintain house plants that add a natural décor where ever they are put. They make great holiday gift plants because they thrive in low light and can survive for years in a pot filled with only pebbles and water. Lucky bamboo is one of the most well-known and popular Feng Shui gift. Since the bamboo plant is strong, it can energize your home and bring harmony to it. While bringing a bamboo plant to your home, make sure to select the proper number of stalks as each number represents different kinds of energy.