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Question about Bamboo

Posted by texasgirl54 8 (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 8, 09 at 19:51

I would like to grow Bamboo.
I like that they grow so bushy.
Where is the best place to buy it???
I checked with Lowes & Home Depot they don't have it or is it the wrong season???
Don't know to much about that Plant.

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RE: Question about Bamboo

I purchased some of mine online from Bamboo Nurseries. Lowes and Home Depot will have some in the early Spring but they are many times mis-identified.

I assume you are looking for a clumping bamboo?

Do you want it for a privacy screen or just as a single plant?

Zilker Gardens in Austin has some nice varieties to look at and get an idea of what you might want and what will grow in your area.


Wanting to get started in bamboo

I am interested in getting some bamboo starts. Don't know what would grow here. Would like a tall variety and also a timber variety. I live in the Tulsa on five acres partly woods.

RE: Question about Bamboo

What are your Winter lows and how tall of a boo are you looking for?


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