They’re called “lucky bamboo,” and despite their ubiquitous presence, they are anything but common.

Usually, when people ask about growing bamboo indoors, what they are really asking about is lucky bamboo care. Lucky bamboo is not a bamboo at all, but rather a type of Dracaena.

• Lucky Bamboo

Lucky Bamboo scientific name Dracaena Sanderiana Sander.

They’re called “lucky bamboo,” and despite their ubiquitous presence, they are anything but common.

The stems are slender, with branches at the top. Lucky Bamboo is a very lovely domestic green plant, which is very convenient to maintain. Put Lucky Bamboo in a bottle, water it daily and give it enough light, and Lucky Bamboo can grow vigorously.

There are also many great green plants for domestication, here are a few:

• Devil's ivy

It belongs to the genus Kirin, a large evergreen vine that grows in tropical regions and often climbs and grows on rocks and tree trunks in the rainforest.

Devil's ivy cannot be placed in strong sunlight, it likes scattered light. It can live with water. Because of its tenacious vitality, it is called "the flower of life". The green branches and leaves that spread down are very easy to grow. When planted indoors, whether it is a potted plant or a hydroponics with a few stems, it can grow well.

• Radermachera sinica

It likes a warm, humid, sunny environment. Radermachera sinica likes high temperature and humid environment and is afraid of cold and dry climate. Loose, fertile, well-drained, organic-rich loam and sandy loam are recommended if you want to grow a happy tree. This plant blooms from May to September and bears fruit from October to December.

• Common asparagus fern

Native to southern and eastern Africa. Common asparagus fern likes to live in a warm, humid, semi-shady and ventilated environment. Asparagus is afraid of cold in winter, and it should not be exposed to direct sunlight in summer. Common asparagus fern is a very beautiful plant, with delicate and green branches, and it can be placed in the living room and bedroom to add a peaceful atmosphere.