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Bamboo Plants

Sale price$89.99

Size 2-3'
Quantity 25 Plants

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Joe Brown
First time buying bare root plants

I have questions about the color of my plants 3 days after I planted them they turn brown is that normal they look dead I did research on internet and now I'm more confused will they grow back from The Roots after their dormancy. Need help thanks

Running bamboo plants are durable and essential coverage for aquatic life. They are easy-to-grow perennials. While they prefer standing water, they can also develop in sandy and clay soil. They need partial sun. These water types can grow to be 30 feet tall. They are native as far north as Quebec, down into Florida, and west to Texas.

Bamboo Plants Have stunning, Narrow Green Foliage.

Its prominent whitish lines can identify it. The medium green leaves are long and narrowly tapered with a whitish midvein and smooth margins. This ornamental plant can grow "6" long and"½" wide.

The delicate flowers bloom from May until October and measure ¾" in diameter. They are white with violet streaks on the petals and look like orchids. These graceful flowers give off a mild, sweet aroma.

Gardeners often use the Water Willow to stabilize the Shoreline and water gardening. They can give any garden a spacious feel. These flowers grow in colonies, attracting deer, beaver, muskrat, nutria, butterflies, and hummingbirds.

Bamboo Attracts Wildlife

Bamboo provides an underwater habitat for micro and macroinvertebrates, attracting fish and turtles, which attracts ducks.

This durable species is one of the few types of its species that can survive as far north as it does. Water willow provides essential coverage for aquatic animals and is food for deer.

If you live on a large land and want to support the wildlife around you, consider it in your lake. The life and death of it benefit the health of its water. When it is alive, it feeds and protects the surrounding animals, and when it decomposes, it provides valuable nutrients to the water it is in.

Bamboo is versatile and can be used in many ways. It has been used for building materials and furniture.

There Is Over 1,400 Species Of Bamboo World Wide

There are over 1,400 species worldwide, making finding one that matches your needs easy. However, only some of these are suitable for your home or garden.

These are from T.N. Nursery and have been carefully selected based on their hardiness and versatility, so you'll get long-lasting enjoyment from them! We offer several types, including Phyllostachys viva' 'Aureocaul's' and Fargesia spathaceous Cortusaefoli,'' as well as clumping varieties such as Fargesia muriela' 'Himalayan Gia't' and Phyllostachys nigra ‘Aureocauli.''

It is a fast-growing, deciduous, woody perennial grass that can grow up to 3 feet per day under ideal conditions. For thousands of years, it has been used as a building material.

Bamboo Plants Has Been Cultivated For 4,000 Years 

The Chinese have cultivated it for over 4,000 years. In Japan, it is grown for aesthetic value and as living fences to mark property boundaries or enclose sacred spaces.

Most species are known only as garden types because they are difficult to transport (usually die within 24 hours if they do not receive sufficient water).

However, some species, such as Fargesia robusta (also called" "running bamboo"o"), have strong enough rhizomes to be planted several miles away from their parent clump when

These types are among the most popular ornamental flowers. They're among the hardest and easiest to grow, making them an excellent choice for beginners and seasoned gardeners. Native wildflowers are becoming harder and harder to find, especially if you don't know where to look. Not only are native wild types hard to find, but they're also becoming more expensive.