Single Heart Shaped Bamboo in a Vase

The Toronto Office, Single Heart Shaped Bamboo indoor plant is a type of flowering plant in the family Asparagaceae.

Being a perennial herb reaching a height of 100 cm, the plant has leaves that are slightly twisted and of green colour.

The stem is fleshy, which differentiates it from bamboo. It requires bright, ventilated areas. It tolerates dry air and does not require constant spraying.

The plant is grown as a hydroponic plant.

Maintenance practices for the Single Heart Shaped Bamboo in a Vase.

  • The roots are kept in water.
  • They are planted inside an attractive container or vase.
  • To keep the stalks upright and in place, use rock, pebbles, marbles and polished stones.
  • Ensure the water remains at the bottom of the glass or vase.
  • Never at any time use soil even if it is of good drainage.
  • Clean the plant leaves often.
  • Change the water weekly.
  • Place in areas with lots of indirect sunlight but without direct sunlight.


Propagation of the Toronto Office heart shaped sanderiana in vases

  • Choose a healthy and good looking stalk with a long offshoot. The parent stalk should have 2 nodes or more. These are the lines separating the stalk into segments.
  • Trim off the offshoot from the parent stalk by using a clean and sharp knife or pair of small pruning shears.
  • Use your fingers to softly peel off the bottom sets of leaves from the cutting.
  • Place the cutting in a container filled with distilled water.
  • Place the cutting in indirect sunlight before transferring it to a bright location that is protected from direct sunlight.
  • The cutting will eventually begin to grow roots.

Importance of the Single Heart Shaped Bamboo in a Vase

First, the parts of this plant represent the elements of Earth, Wood, Water, Metal, and Fire.

Secondly, the stalks of this indoor plant can be manipulated into heart shapes by regulating the amount of sunlight.

Lastly, they are low maintenance plants. No much watering is required.