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Bamboo house plants are the species capable of growing indoors without becoming unwieldy. For bamboo plants to thrive in warm and dry indoor climates, the right growing conditions must exist. More »

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Tips for growing bamboo in water include using 1 to 3 inches of water before the roots grow out, and then increasing the depth of the water periodically to make sure that the roots remain underwater. Using fluoride-free ... More »

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Lucky bamboo plants prefer bright but not direct light and a temperature between 65 and 70 degrees Fahrenheit. Water the plants with non-chlorinated water such as rain water or distilled water. More »

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Growing true bamboo indoors can be tricky, but there are a few species of the plant that tolerate indoor living, according to Bamboo Gardens. Lucky bamboo is a relative of the true bamboo plant that is ideal for indoor g... More »

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