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Anyone grown bamboo before

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banned7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
Bought some off ebay, its grown but just looks like grass have I been mugged?
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banned7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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#1
Well Bamboo is a kind of grass, If that helps.

Pics

Some botanist's on here might be able to identify.
#2
You've been mugged
#3
i reckon it would have to be well established to get the thicker bit..give it a chance ...your pandas will have to go hungry a little while longer :-D
banned#4
queenlush
i reckon it would have to be well established to get the thicker bit..give it a chance ...your pandas will have to go hungry a little while longer :-D


but they're endangered :-( poor things

shauneco
Well Bamboo is a kind of grass, If that helps.

Pics

Some botanist's on here might be able to identify.


will take some tomorrow
banned#5
Some types of Bamboo are invasive, very quickly spread once established.
Can take a couple of years to get going.
Black Bamboo spreads quick.
Do you want some Ive got some very decorative.:santa:
The bamboos listen (help·info) are a group of woody perennial evergreen (except for certain temperate species) plants in the true grass family Poaceae, subfamily Bambusoideae, tribe Bambuseae. Some are giant bamboos, the largest members of the grass family. Bamboos are the fastest growing woody plants in the world. Their growth rate (up to 60 centimeters (24 in.)/day) is due to a unique rhizome-dependent system, but is highly dependent on local soil and climate conditions. They are of economic and high cultural significance in East Asia and South East Asia where they are used extensively in gardens, as a building material, and as a food source.

There are more than 70 genera divided into about 1,000 species.They are found in diverse climates, from cold mountains to hot tropical regions. They occur across East Asia, from 50°N latitude in Sakhalin through to Northern Australia, and west to India and the Himalayas. They also occur in sub-Saharan Africa, and in the Americas from the Mid-Atlantic United States south to Argentina and Chile, reaching their southernmost point anywhere, at 47°S latitude. Major areas with no native bamboos include Europe and Antarctica.
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Buy a sheep and a panda. If the sheep eats it, you've been mugged
#7
juliet_bravo
Buy a sheep and a panda. If the sheep eats it, you've been mugged


lol it might be a sheep with exotic taste
banned#8
dean3988
You've been mugged



NO Bamboozaled:thumbsup::santa:
#9
juliet_bravo;6044657
Buy a sheep and a panda. If the sheep eats it, you've been mugged

looooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooool
banned#10
did you buy any black bamboo seeds, and have you grown from them
banned#11
shauneco
Well Bamboo is a kind of grass, If that helps.

Pics

Some botanist's on here might be able to identify.



Ive just gone and got some leaves from my Bamboo and rolled them
Naaaaaaaaaaaaaa Nothing like Grass:w00t::whistling::santa:
banned#12
dcx_badass
I have one next to me, I'll post a pic. Was like 50p from ikea.

Here:

http://i28.tinypic.com/wi50ns.jpg

:w00t:I think its lovely but dont you think the proportion of vase(milk bottle)to plant is all wrong:p
LOL
banned#13
sassie
did you buy any black bamboo seeds, and have you grown from them


Do you want Black Bamboo ??????:santa:
#14
dcx_badass
It's stuck in it.


Smash the glass...
banned#15
sassie
did you buy any black bamboo seeds, and have you grown from them


Yeah i did and bought some giant bamboo seeds too. I don't think the black bamboo has grown though. Black bamboo is so expensive.
banned#16
pictures

Don't know which is black or giant bamboo or if they are from the same packet, should have labelled them

Think this is grass
http://www.lumor.co.uk/grass_maybe.jpg

These look like bamboo
http://www.lumor.co.uk/think this is bamboo.jpg

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