Bamboo is an evergreen plant. It is easy to maintain the plant and it attracts positive energy, growth and prosperity. Water it once a week sufficiently enough to keep the soil moist at all times. However, over watering the plant will lead to the soil becoming soggy because of which the roots might rot. Furthermore, bamboo requires moderate amount of indirect sunlight.
Exposure to extreme sunlight can dry out the leaves. Moreover, it doesn’t require special fertilization and can go with just water for a long time. But, you can add a small amount of fertilizer to it while watering the plant. If the plant is exposed to too much light or too much fertilizer, then its leaves might start turning yellow. Excess fertilizer also causes the stalk to turn yellow. In case of this, you can get rid of the yellow portion and re-plant the green portion. In addition, if the stalk starts turning brown, it is a sign of root rotting. Similar to the above case, the brown part can be taken off, and you can re-plant the green portion. If there is a presence of spider mites on the bamboo plant, you can wash the stalks with soapy water and rinse it thoroughly. It is easy to propagate the bamboo plant. Also, you can prune it to get the desired shape and look.