How do we harvest new lucky bamboo stems?

lucky bamboo, stem, home gardening
Muscat, Oman
August 22, 2016 10:45am CST
I have a lucky bamboo which I bought a month ago. Now I want to make more shoots from the existing stems.
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@owlwings (39872)
• Cambridge, England
22 Aug 16
You mean 'propogate' rather than 'harvest'.
Lucky bamboo (botanical name "Dracaena sanderiana") is a small, shrubby plant that is sold extensively as a hardy houseplant. Despite its name, lucky bamboo is not related to bamboo and is not even native to Asia. Because of its...
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@owlwings (39872)
• Cambridge, England
22 Aug 16
This will be useful, too:
Lucky bamboo is an easy-to-care-for houseplant that grows well in low, indirect light. This plant, which isn't really bamboo at all, but instead is a type of tropical water lily called Dracaena sanderiana, is from Africa and is said to...
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• Muscat, Oman
22 Aug 16
The information you provided is useful. But if you could summarize in your own words it would make more sense to me.
@owlwings (39872)
• Cambridge, England
22 Aug 16
@ancyrajan90 If I did, I would only be paraphrasing what it says on that site. The step-by-step instructions are very easy to follow, especially with the pictures.
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@Katlynn (377)
• United States
22 Aug 16
I have no idea, but it would be interesting to find out.
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@PurnaSharma (2175)
• India
22 Aug 16
What i can suggest you is plant them.
• Muscat, Oman
22 Aug 16
But how? It grows in water and my previous try failed.
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