Added by on 2018-10-04

[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote I planted clumping bamboo for shade and a wind break as well as aesthetics last summer in my Phoenix area yard. This is an update 10 mos after planting. Don’t fear bamboo…just be sure to get the right kind! Video Rating: / 5

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  • Jeremy Ksor 2 weeks ago

    Did you eat the bamboo shoot ?

  • Jeremy Ksor 2 weeks ago

    Wow! That bamboo so beautiful color.

  • efren's craft 2 weeks ago

    nice informative channel i have 80 acres in Barstow also in zone 9b but 2000 ft elevation. every time i watch your videos i find out more things i can grow there. i always just thought pistachios & dates were the only plants that would grow there. you have 3 giant timber bamboo clusters those get like 100 ft tall & as thick as your leg canes. in Philippines they make houses out of those. really versatile plant like growing your own 2x4s. i'v seen them fully grown out at the LA arboretum cooler place to be under the giant bamboos

  • John Mcneill 2 weeks ago

    Young bamboo shoots are edible too! We use in Asian cuisine!

  • Emmanuel Méndez Martínez 2 weeks ago

    Does your bamboo need to get water all the time?

  • Todd's Tropicals 2 weeks ago

    We had a buddha belly at my old property 40 foot tall lots of shade, great plant. And we needed the shade here in Florida.
    Could you do an update on your frankincense & myrrh trees, I grow them also, I'd love to see the progress on yours…Thanks!

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