The bamboo is in a 51/2 by 2 inch water container. It is about two feet tall. There are 8 plants interwoven. I have owned it from a small plant for about 2-3 years.
You can, at the expense of the braided design. You will, simply, be starting over with that.
Here are some articles that will help you with the care of the plant:
I have had my 40cm lucky bamboo for 3 years. It has multiple stems. It is in a dark pot in bark chips. I notice some lightening of the leaves. Does it need feeding? Or is it in need of fresh growing medium. Should I repot?What is the best fertiliser to use if any?
You can give it a fertilizer boost and change the growing medium. You can use any well-draining soil. Here is more:
Trying to cut stalk with no leaves to start new. Will my current bamboo still grow new leafs
With proper care, they are resilient and can grow back from extreme stress. These articles will help:
I have been growing my Lucky Bamboo in water and I have a bunch of the Water Beads which are tiny until u put them in water - they then absorb the water n enlarge to the size of a Large pea - slowly the water will evaporate so I wondered if I put them in miracle gro water that may be good?
They don't need much fertilizer but growing your lucky bamboo in water crystals should work fine.