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have: free: bamboo

Posted by xtal z8b Temple. TX ( on
Sun, Apr 20, 14 at 15:29

Not sure of the variety, but do have a few pics if you want to see it. Now is the time to be digging it up as it's starting to leaf out. Never tried harvesting to eat the bamboo shoots, but it might be worth a try.

Ideal for starting in the curling format that you see around. It's flexible and can be trained if you know how. Be my guest.

Temple area


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Hey there, Are the bamboo's still available?

RE: have: free: bamboo


Did we connect on the bamboo that you wanted? I've still got some if we missed each other.


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