Do bamboo plants need sunlight

Yes, bamboo plants need sunlight, but not direct sunlight. Bamboo is definitely one of the easiest plants to grow and maintain. Its stalks should be in the water or watery mud and the plant should not be exposed to direct sunlight.

According to a legend bamboo plant brings luck and is a symbol of longevity. Those who practice Feng Shui believe that it is necessary to have bamboo at home, because in addition to luck it also brings health.

Details about bamboo plant

Latin name: Bambusa vulgaris
Name: Conventional bamboo
Group: leafy plants
Family: Bambusoideae
Climate: subtropical, tropical
Minimum temperature: 3 ° C (37 ° F)
Optimum temperature: 26-30 ° C (78-86 ° F)
Optimal growth conditions: bright, not directly exposed to sunlight, half shadow
Soil requirement: humus-peat-loamy
Reproduction: stem cuttings
Type of plants: shrubby, upright, group, balcony, interior, decorative, perennial, evergreen
Typical Height: 200 cm (78 in.)
Change soil: every 24 months (2 years)
Rarity (rare): no
Known pests: Kapar – whiteflies aphid (Coccoidea), Woolly kapar (Pseudococcidae), Aphid (Aphis spp, Myzus spp), Red spider (Brevipalpus rusulus)
Prone to diseases: Verticillium, Yellowing of fungal (Fusarium oxysporum)
Leaf type and shape: light green, elongated, flat
Originates from (country): China, Madagascar
Grows in (territory): Asia, Australia and New Zealand

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