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Re: bamboo

Hi Cathy, I'm not Melody, but can tell you that clumping bamboo does very 
well, as do most bamboos in our summer heat.  There are several bamboo 
growers here, as well as one of our Arboretums having an acre (give or take) 
bamboo garden featuring all types.  One of the most impressive gardens 
(Peckerwood gardens) featuring clumping bamboo is located in the area also.  
So I don't think you would have a problem.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

In a message dated 3/11/2003 11:03:33 AM Central Standard Time, 
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

> Do you have clumping bamboo, Melody? How does it fare in the hot 
> summer? I haven't gotten any because I heard that while they are quite 
> cold hardy (being from the hymalayas) they don't like a lot of heat, 
> and you know what prairie summers can be like!
> Cathy, west central IL z5b

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