Dracaena sanderiana

Dracaena sanderiana, commonly known as lucky bamboo, is not actually a bamboo plant but rather a species of the Dracaena genus. It is native to Cameroon in West Africa and has become popular worldwide as an ornamental plant, especially in East Asian cultures where it is believed to bring good luck and prosperity.
Lucky bamboo is characterized by its long, slender stems with thick, glossy green leaves arranged in whorls along the stems. It is often grown in water, either alone or with decorative stones, but it can also be grown in soil. It is relatively low-maintenance and can tolerate low light conditions, making it a popular choice for indoor decoration.
In addition to its aesthetic appeal, lucky bamboo is also believed to have symbolic significance in feng shui, with different arrangements thought to bring different types of luck and fortune. For example, a lucky bamboo plant with three stalks is believed to represent happiness, wealth, and longevity, while a plant with five stalks is said to attract wealth and prosperity.
Overall, Dracaena sanderiana, or lucky bamboo, is a versatile and attractive plant that adds a touch of greenery and symbolism to indoor spaces.