Lucky Bamboo at LIDL
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Lucky Bamboo at LIDL

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Found 22nd Jan 2015
Instore from 29th.

Beautifully arranged lucky bamboo in stylish oriental themed pot
Height (cm): 30
Pot size (cm): 14 x 5.5 x 6.7
Keep foam in pot moist
Bright, indirect sunlight
Indoor

24 Comments

Single ones £1.99 at wilko

Banned

Few quid at Ikea

This look horrendous and is more expensive than similar available elsewhere

wawaw

Single ones £1.99 at wilko



Will check at lunch, thanks.

jase99

This look horrendous and is more expensive than similar available … This look horrendous and is more expensive than similar available elsewhere


As usual, making negative remarks about most things lidl/aldi, without telling us where we can source a better/ cheaper version. Or in fact posting any deal!

Why is this lucky?
Well, it's lucky that I haven't got a panda...

jase99

This look horrendous and is more expensive than similar available … This look horrendous and is more expensive than similar available elsewhere



Get a load of this guy... shows up Lidl / Aldi thread like clockwork and proceeds to whinge.

Get a grip on your life, man.

30cm which makes this a good offer.

However, I'm no fan of Lidl, prefer Aldi or Asda for value and quality

anyone know what it says on the pot?

It wasn't lucky for the bamboo.

SpoonyBoy

anyone know what it says on the pot?



Add oil to Wok, stir for 30 minutes?

Banned

Cool, I'll take it out with me tonight, along with my lucky pants.

SpoonyBoy

anyone know what it says on the pot?


Likely to die within a fortnight?

My d.i.l. bought me something similar a short time ago - 3 shoots each with a root, in a vase with a little water at the bottom. It's really very attractive. I can't comment on price or value but it's certainly decorative, cheaper than a bunch of flowers and lasts much longer.

wawaw

Single ones £1.99 at wilko


£1.50 at Ikea..sometimes just £1.

Turquoise

My d.i.l. bought me something similar a short time ago - 3 shoots each … My d.i.l. bought me something similar a short time ago - 3 shoots each with a root, in a vase with a little water at the bottom. It's really very attractive. I can't comment on price or value but it's certainly decorative, cheaper than a bunch of flowers and lasts much longer.

Last almost infinitely longer than a bunch of flowers, I had mine at least 10 years, virtually no care is needed other than keeping it wet and an odd dash of fertilizer once a year.

What's lucky about it?
The fact that it costs £3.69? oO

I had one about 6 months ago, one of the stalks is dead now lol

how much bigger do these grow or do they stay pretty small?

themachman

What's lucky about it?The fact that it costs £3.69? oO



Lucky for Lidl.

I say it every time this comes up... but... if you have cats please think careful about buying this. It's poisonous to them:

ehow.co.uk/fac…tml

moneysavingkitten

I say it every time this comes up... but... if you have cats please think … I say it every time this comes up... but... if you have cats please think careful about buying this. It's poisonous to them:http://www.ehow.co.uk/facts_6103163_lucky-bamboo-plants-cats.html

Is it just "lucky" bamboo that's poisonous? Or all types of bamboo?

HereKittyKitty

Is it just "lucky" bamboo that's poisonous? Or all types of bamboo?



I don't think lucky bamboo is actually a species of bamboo, it just looks like bamboo:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dracaena_braunii

I think as a general rule the indoor stuff isn't safe, the stuff that grows outside is probably more harmless. I read something about normal bamboo forming another chemical if it is moved inside, but I am not sure how true that is. If you have some it might be worth looking it up to double check.

Heat added!!
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