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● As far as perimeter plants that protect your six go, bamboo is by far the best of the best. The poles will grow so thick that a squirrel will have a hard time getting through, let alone a human being.
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3 Gallon [Add $39.95]

● Bamboo is another maintenance-free, drought tolerant, disease resistant, and pest resistant plant that will help protect property lines in USDA zones 5 though 10. You will be hard-pressed not to be able to successfully grow thick bamboo patches, as the plant is so adaptable. It is able to thrive in full sun and part shade, it is drought tolerant but can also grow well near moisture, and it grows in clay soils or compact soils. Mature stalks can range from 25 to 30 feet tall and the clumps sold should be planted about six feet apart.
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Average Rating: Average Rating: 1 of 5 1 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
1 of 5 Improperly Identified July 28, 2022
Reviewer: Edmund Earle from Olivebridge, NY United States  
Plants arrived alive, but be aware: what you're getting is not an American native bamboo plant (as in something from the arundinaria genus) but is instead some form of golden bamboo that is an invasive from China- the kind that is already taking over the east coast.

Chinese invasion is something we're potentially prepping for right, so why help them out ecologically? If i'd known I never would have purchased

I tried contacting the nursery numerous times but could never get through or a response, so i'm stuck leaving this review here. Still believe in their overall mission but this was troublesome.

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1 of 5 Came broken in 3 places May 10, 2022
Reviewer: Paul Morse from Erie , PA United States  
The bamboo was broken in 3 places and looks to be dead not happy

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