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American Native Bamboo will spread very well and is easy to cut down and remove from unwanted areas, and is a popular landscape tree that runs along a landscape to form a nice privacy screen. American Native Bamboo is actually a kind of grass which some people mistake for a small tree.

The American Native Bamboo Tree will create an excellent privacy screen away from strangers. Native American bamboo rarely grows greater in diameter than 1 inch,and 25 feet tall, with very large leaves on fast growing poles. American native bamboo is technically a running bamboo, but not nearly as aggressive, growing very densely and spreading very slowly, so that little clues remain that was once a vast under story of native American bamboo.

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4 of 5 Waiting to see how they turn out October 21, 2020
Reviewer: James Lansford from Camargo, IL United States  
There was a delay in receiving the two bamboo plants.  I suspect that this is fairly normal due to the coronavirus.  One of the plants I received was healthy looking with several shoots topping 3 feet. the other plant had no shoots coming out of it, but there was a dead shoot laying in the box both came in.  I got them in the ground the same day and did so according to directions.  I have been watering them as instructed and covered both with wood chips.  I am looking forward to spring to see how well they grow

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5 of 5 Bamboo October 17, 2020
Reviewer: Trina Ferguson from Indianapolis, IN United States  
It was pretty easy but not sure about the fertilizer.  There was only 1 pac so we followed the instructions but only put fertilizer one 1 plant.

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5 of 5 June 19, 2020
Reviewer: Paul Carr from Salem, IN United States  
Planted, survived 2 heavy frosts in May, showing new growth. Surprised the rabbits like it as well.

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5 of 5 June 10, 2020
Reviewer: George Reitnour from Pottstown, PA United States  


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5 of 5 Great plants June 8, 2020
Reviewer: Therese Miller from Creston, OH United States  
Just as promised 3 nice starts of bamboo. Took a while to get them, we had expected them sooner, not nice plants anyway. Can't wait to watch them grow

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