Dracaena braunii is commonly known as Lucky Bamboo or Curly Bamboo, amongst many other names. Although the word bamboo occurs in several of this plant's common names, Lucky Bamboo is not a true bamboo. In its native habitat, it can grow up to 1.5 m tall, but as a houseplant, up to 1m. The name "lucky" seems to originate from the traditional Chinese practice, feng shui, which believes the plant brings good fortune into a home or workplace. As such, it is mostly grown and sold commercially for use as an indoor plant, grown either as a potted plant in soil or only in water in a vase. The stems are often twisted or curled when sold for use in a vase. Though they require a fair amount of effort to grow, they make a lovely indoor specimen, particularly in offices.
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