Caring Tips For Bamboo Indoor Plants
One of the most flexible indoor plant are bamboo indoor plants. These indoor plants, unlike bonsai plants are very easy to maintain at home. Bamboo indoor plants are thought to bring good fortune in Chinese culture, and in recent years has gained tremendous popularity in the West. Like any other ordinary plants, these indoor plants need to care too. There are several tips to caring bamboo indoor plants. And here are some of them. Bamboo indoor plants are hydroponic plants and does great when provided with plenty of water. The water level must be 2 to 3 inches above the root level. The most important thing while watering the bamboo plant is, avoiding water containing excessive amounts of fluoride and chlorine. If you don’t have the water purifying system, then simply take some water in a container. Then, avoiding extreme temperatures is the basic thing to do while maintaining the bamboo indoor plants.
The normal room temperature with moderate sunlight is best suited for these plants. Hence, avoid placing it near sunny windowsills. You don’t need to feed the plant every time you water it. But feed it after every two months. It takes a while for its height to grow and a short plant doesn’t mean that it needs food. Don’t worry, it’s doing fine. The indoor plants are repotted in 2 inches larger pots, than the original ones. It is necessary to avoid the rotting of its roots. For that, plant it in a loose mixture of soil and clay.