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Re: clumping bamboo

That's pretty much my experience with Buddha Belly, also. I planted a small one in the ground and three years later had a very large clump, maybe 15 to 20 feet tall and 4 feet in diameter. Too big for the space it was in, so I sold it to the nursery where I work... and it ended up in the landscape of one of the mansions on St. Armand's Key, which was subsequently featured in House Beautiful. Gave me a funny feeling when I saw it in one of the pictures; I halfway wanted it back.

On Sunday, January 11, 2004, at 07:12 AM, TeichFlora@aol.com wrote:

I personally do not grow clumping or running bamboo. Although I love it, I
do not have the room for it. I would like to add a Buddha's belly clumping
bamboo to my collection, but as a pot plant, since it tends to "plump" out at the
base (hence the name) when confined.
However, my posting came from seeing many many different varieties of
clumping bamboo at Peckerwood gardens just north of here by 20 minutes, and a friend
that lives south (near Galveston) has the Buddha's belly in the ground, which
is THRIVING, much to much for his small garden. The canes are taller than his
trees, and abundant.

zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

In a message dated 1/10/2004 11:02:50 PM Central Standard Time,
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:
Running like heat, for sure. Perhaps, with the clumping bamboo, heat,
rainfall, and humidity are all factors. Which species of running bamboo
do you have success with?

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Southwest Florida
Zone 10

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