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Re: Bamboo

I am digging up a clump of the varigated version of
that grass (read striped). Of course, who knows when I
will actually get around to it, but it is on the top
of my list... So, if you don't find it, let me know
and I can send you a start.

I actually have two clumps of this grass (long story).
I cant stand how after years there is a hole in the
middle, although by the end of the season, you can't
see it, I know it is there! LOL! Going to try to plant
some of the one I am digging up in the center of the
other one. Anyone know why it is doing this?

Wine trail sounds wonderful.... 


--- Taborri <taborri@rochester.rr.com> wrote:

> I see they have a Miscanthus Sinensus, which I told
> hubby today I want to
> locate and get in tomorrow.  They also have a full
> page list of Bamboo.
> Prices not on lists however.  I'm sure they can
> advise me on the Bamboo.  Are
> there any that repel cats?  <evil G>.

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