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The Robert Young Bamboo Tree is fast-growing and can grow up to 40 ft. tall! The Robert Young Bamboo Tree grows vigorously and is an evergreen bamboo tree, and the poles are straight and long. The Robert Young Bamboo plants were developed in California and are very fast growing into large poles, and the coloring can vary from green to yellow to brown.


Shipping Time:: Shipping Delayed until (9-1-14) for Best Planting Time

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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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plants need more root structure May 18, 2014
Reviewer: Vinny M from Johns Creek, GA United States  
While generally satisfied, I have found that in comparison to the competition, Ty Ty tends to be skimpy with the root structure provided.  It is not uncommon for the bamboo leaves to yellow during shipping and dry out shortly after planting.  Not sure yet regarding long term success.  I also found the packaging to be excessive.  Too many plants in one box, paper shreds everywhere and mystery crystals (that I believe are for moisture retention but am concerned about my pets swallowing by accident).

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Robert young bamboo April 22, 2014
Reviewer: Ronnie Marr from Elizabethtown, KY United States  
Received plant in good condition,  planted, no obvious growth to date.  Unknown at this time if plant will grow.

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