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Re: Bamboo

Oh, yes James, I am VERY interested!  I would love some seeds if you ever gett

Thanks to all for the Bamboo suggestions.  I'm leary about planting them
outdoors with our difficult winters.  I was also given the info once on a
local nursery which sells plants for oriental gardens wholesale, but I never
seem to make it there and they don't advertise locally.  Let me see......
http://www.orientalgardensupply.com/ Offices  23 Great Oak Lane, Pittsford, NY
14534, (585) 586-4969 Phone
(585) 586-8945 Fax  Nursery, 448 W. Bloomfield Rd., Pittsford, NY 14534, (585)
586-3850.    Retail open a few hours a day.

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>.

We had the GLORIOUS JOY of spending today traveling one of the Finger Lakes
Wine Trails which had a special event.  Sunny and about 75: driving the west
side of Cayuga Lake.  The scenery was breathtaking and I again stocked my wine
rack with some awesome wine, to be enjoyed summer evenings in my garden, of
course.  Each winery gave away an herb.  I acquired a half dozen and have them
planted in my kitchen garden.  Spinach to be planted in a day or two.

Upstate NY, Zone 6

----- Original Message -----
From: james singer
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Sent: Sunday, April 30, 2006 08:39
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Bamboo

Sue, if you're thinking of an in-ground bamboo, as Rich and Auralie
have said, you can likely find one that will grow well and behave
itself in you neighborhood, but you will have to start with a root
cutting or established plant. If, however, you're thinking of a pot
plant, you might consider a clumping bamboo palm--such as Chamaedorea
microspadix; it does very well in a pot indoors or out and can be grown
from seed. [I even have some seeds from time to time if you're

On Apr 29, 2006, at 9:20 PM, Taborri wrote:

>  I've always wanted to grow Bamboo but am aware it will not work in
> this
> climate and is highly invasive, a real pain when planted.  I would
> like to try
> some in a pot.  How deep do I need the pot for the roots?  Do I need
> to start
> with seedlings or can I find seeds?  Will it work in shade or must it
> have
> full sun?  How about watering?  Thanks much.
> Sue
> Upstate NY, Zone 6
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Southwest Florida
27.0 N, 82.4 W
Hardiness Zone 10
Heat Zone 10
Minimum 30 F [-1 C]
Maximum 100 F [38 C]

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