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WANTED: Phyllostachys Nigra, Black bamboo

Posted by dustin_nevadanorth z5 NV (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 17, 10 at 10:07

Looking for black bamboo. Also interisted in cold hardy clumping Fargesia. Dont have bamboo but lots of other stuff. Still have some Garlic hard neck: Zetak, Premium northern white and Metchi. Also just dug some Clearwater sunchoke - Helianthus tuberosus. My trade list has lots more. Check it out.


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RE: WANTED: Phyllostachys Nigra, Black bamboo

I am new to this forum and wondering how can you trade bamboo? My P. N. is huge and impossible to dig, let alone ship. How is it done?


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RE: WANTED: Phyllostachys Nigra, Black bamboo

I realize this is an old thread but I figure it's better to have old threads with answers versus old threads with no conclusion.

Topsie, if you haven't already found the answer, generally cuttings are traded in that case not an entire rooted plant.

Here is a link that might be useful: Maybe this will be of use.


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