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Posted by bobbyzirpola south ms (My Page) on
Fri, Dec 11, 09 at 9:36

i would love ro trade for some rizomes or small plants..i have a wide variety of wildflower seeds and also some lovely confederate rose seeds to trade. any information on getting some bamboo started would be appreciated.


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http://bambooplantsonline.com/Yellow_Bamboo/98/Bambusa_Vulgaris_Vitatta_Golden_Hawaiian_Clumping_Bamboo_Plants.html

I live about a half hour away from these guys and I bought a bunch of bamboo from them. I got a few hawaiian, they get 4" thick and then some lemmon asian, they get about 2" thick. These guys are the cheapest I have found.

When I got my 3 asian lemons, each one had 3-4 clums coming out. I devided each clum into a plant so I ended up with 11 plants from 3 pots. I think only two are not going to make it as I did not leave them enough roots.

Being in the south you can plant these any time of the year too! I planted mine one week ago.


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