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Re: bamboo

I'd agree, Eva, if you can't mow around where you want the bamboo, a
runner will be a real pain to contain.

From the rather quick pass I gave to all those clumping species on
the New England Bamboo site, appeared there were some with nifty
attributes that might make up for lack of diameter of the culms.  

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: EvaTEsq@aol.com
> Yeah, I think you're righ about that, Chris.  I'm finding that the
> bamboos that will definitely survive in our zone, only have a
diameter of .5".  
> Oh well.  I may have to settle for a smaller bamboo then.  I think
planting a 
> runner will be too much work for me since I will be putting it in
an area 
> that I won't be able to mow around.
> Eva
> Long Island, NY
> Zone 6/7

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