Lucky Bamboo is a traditional name for this ever green up-straight plant with long thin leaves. <br>However, the real name is Draceana canderiana and it has little in common with the real bamboo. But it does have some resemblance with the real bamboo though it is smaller in size.
In China, for more than 4000 years it is considered as a symbol of prosperity. It is often used in Feng Shui – the practice where the world is viewed as the interaction of the five elements: water, fire, earth, wood and metal. With its green color and thin vertical forms, the lucky bamboo possesses all the characteristics of the element of wood. Wood means growth, and, according to Feng Shui, it grows wealth, good luck and any kind of positive thing you want to grow. It is considered that this plant attracts the flow of the positive chi energy wherever it is placed.
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