Lucky bamboo plants are a popular addition to houseplant collections as they are easy to care for and bring prosperity. Despite the name, they are not actually bamboo but cane cuttings from Dracaena sanderiana. They can be grown indoors in water or soil, but prefer low or medium indirect light. The water should be changed weekly and tap water treated to remove chlorine and fluoride. The plants may become leggy with age, but can be rejuvenated by cutting back or propagating. It's important to note that lucky bamboo is toxic to pets.