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Bambusa multiplex, Golden Goddess bamboo, is the most popular hedge  bamboo used in the U.S..Golden Goddess bamboo has a solid bright  yellow-gold stalk with beautifully contrasting small green leaves. Golden goddess Bamboo Plants will grow rapidly into a dense, ornamental, or privacy fence. Golden culms of the Golden Goddess Bamboo Tree will add that oriental look to your landscape. The Golden Goddess Bamboo Tree grows up to 20 ft. tall and clumps in one area instead of spreading out. The width of a culm on the Golden Goddess Bamboo Tree can be 1 in. thick and Chinese gardeners prize the golden stalked, fern-leaf foliage of the Golden Goddess Bamboo Tree in bonsai gardens. Golden Bamboo Poles grows well as a privacy screen, and is often found in restaurants serving Asian cuisine. By bringing Golden Goddess Bamboo indoors as a containerized plant you can create a naturally relaxing atmosphere.


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6in. wide shoot clump (up to 6ft tall) [$23.75]
8in. wide shoot clump (up to 6ft tall) [$42.75]
10in. wide shoot clump (up to 6ft tall) [$72.75]
14in. wide shoot clump (up to 6ft tall) [$149.75]
20in. wide shoot clump (up to 6ft tall) [$249.75]

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•Golden Goddess Bamboo is an evergreen ornamental clumping bamboo that survives cold temperatures down to 10 degrees. When grown inside containers bamboo gives a relaxing natural atmosphere. Golden Goddess Bamboo has a graceful tropical appearance with a lace like archy stems and leaves. Often when planted as a hedge the Golden Goddess Bamboo forms an impenetrable barrier, perfect as a privacy screen. Plant Golden Goddess Bamboo in full sun or partial shade to accent your landscape with ornamental character. For perfect fishing poles try using Golden Goddess Bamboo canes.

•Golden Goddess Bamboo purifies the very air that you breathe. Many arts and crafts uses can be found for poles of Golden Goddess Bamboo as well as the very popular use as fishing poles, easy to harvest. If you are looking for an evergreen bamboo that is not invasive, that can be grown as a shrub to make a privacy fence, Golden Goddess Bamboo is an excellent choice. For small gardens and even growing in containers as bonzai plants Golden Goddess is just right. Many Chinese restaurants plant containers of Golden Goddess Bamboo to give customers that oriental tropical look while they dine.



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Bamboo March 31, 2014
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from columbia, SC United States  
taller than I anticipated, two look better than the third.

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Nice Plant March 11, 2014
Reviewer: Gehrdes from Sarasota  
Looking forward to new growth.

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Golden Goddess Bamboo March 4, 2014
Reviewer: justin daniel wileman from murfreesboro, TN United States  
Quick delivery, well packaged.  Appears to be in good shape, just planted.

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Quick Service February 28, 2014
Reviewer: Robert Boerjan from Ovievo, FL United States  
Good pricing, especially with the no shipping costs on orders of $50 or more. Plant arrived in great shape.

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Late shipment February 18, 2014
Reviewer: barbara fisher from Crescent City, FL United States  
I ordered this in August, and did not receive until , I believe, November. I really worry about their having to go in ground right before our cold weather. Hard to tell at the moment if they have survived.

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