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conchessa wrote:Mar 28, 2014

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Brian Barth added this to Lush Gardens With Low Water NeedsJul 1, 2015

Along with palms, bamboo is another large group of plants associated with lush, tropical landscapes that actually includes many drought-tolerant species. This is largely a result of their rhizomatous growth habit — bamboo has underground stems that store water for times of low rainfall. The most drought-tolerant species are those with a clumping habit, as opposed to the running varieties that give bamboo a bad reputation as an invasive plant. Clumping varieties have deeper root systems. Shown here are the bulbous canes of Buddha’s belly bamboo (Bambusa tuldoides ‘Ventricosa’, zone 9), one of the most drought-tolerant species available. It eventually grows to a height of 50 feet with 2-inch-diameter canes.See how to grow bamboo, even if you don’t have a lot of space

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glusker added this to AZURE ENTRYMay 17, 2018

Bamboo tree= e Dwarf Buddha Belly 'Wamin' :)

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