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propagating perennials: Thamnocalamus crassinodus-Mountain Bamboo
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Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Thamnocalamus crassinodus-Mountain Bamboo

Propagating Mountain Bamboo is simple because it is a clumping bamboo and would suggest that propagating either in the spring or fall would bring success. This plant can grow up to 25' so it is a great screening material however it prefers shade or an early morning sun which will bring out the burgundy color of its canes which start in the spring with a blue hue. It is native to East Asia and Africa and is not cold hardy so do not attempt to raise outside of Zones 8-10.

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