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Pseudosasa Japonica Bamboo is Doing Great

Pseudosasa Japonica Bamboo is Doing Great

 

 Beautiful Tropical Look Pseudosasa Japonica Bamboo

 

Pseudosasa Japonica

Pseudosasa Japonica

Pseudosasa Japonica Bamboo is doing great. But should only grow to about 14 ft tall in my area. My Pseudosasa Japonica is pushing 7 ft tall and doing a lot better than I ever expected and looks great. I grow it next to the creek. It’s very drought tolerant. Especially considering its very large leaves. It gives the garden a tropical look that I really enjoy. When I first started growing bamboo I only wanted the very large species. But as the bamboo gardens mature I’m happy with all of the bamboo I have now. From ground covers to giants they all coincide. Pseudosasa Japonica is a favorite of mine. Most of the ground covers have a unique quality to them. Whether its’ variegated leaves or the pattern of the leaves. They are all wonderful.

Pseudosasa Japonica Keep an Open Mind

I’ve come to learn that it’s not the size of the bamboo. It’s the magnificent plant itself. Bamboo grows different from any other plant I’ve grown. Everyday I learn more and more from them. Pseudosasa Japonica surprises me everyday. So don’t do like I did and discount the small bamboos. Because they make the garden what it is today. And I’m very proud of it. With the addition of two new bamboo in the past couple of weeks, the count is climbing. And I couldn’t be happier. I was lucky enough to come across someone selling Phyllostachys Nigra. I worked out a great deal that got me some nice divisions. And the promise to get more on my next visit. I also picked up another bamboo. That I haven’t identified yet. It’s  hardy running bamboo with variegated leaves. Which is not at all common to this area. So I’m very pleased with it. Although it looks quite rough right now. In time it will be awesome just like it’s mother. I went expecting to see common varieties of bamboo. I was very surprised that she had two very uncommon bamboo. And she didn’t even have the most common variety. Crazy how people don’t even know what they have. If you’d like to grow this great plant. We have Pseudosasa Japonica for sale at reasonable prices. Just check out the secure paypal buttons on my home page.

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