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4 replies [Last post]
Joined: 2009-08-08

I'm looking for some bamboo root stock. I have too many seeds to list, trees, fruit, veggies, flowers, vines, ect. Would love to work out a trade with someone who was looking to expand their seed vault.

Joined: 2010-05-28

hi billy,
just letting you know i have bamboo and would like to trade....i answered your personal reply to my post: "looking for hops/perennial vines" dated 5/28/10.

Joined: 2010-10-22
I have bamboo

We have the very large/tall bamboo in our backyard. I would be glad to send you some roots and trade for some seeds in your collection. I would like to have some seeds that would attract butterflies/bees for pollination of my veggie garden. I am in Tulsa Oklahoma.
thank you
Suzzi Clark

Joined: 2010-06-24
Suzzic, is your bamboo cold

Suzzic, is your bamboo cold hearty (-10) and high quality wood? I would love to grow some for woodworking. Even if not, I have just the thing to attract the pollenaters to your garden. Stonecrop. The bees absolutely love it. The amount was a bit worrying at 1st, but bees are pretty friendly. I believe I would have to send you roots for this.

Joined: 2009-08-07

Let me know if you get the bamboo, if not, I can get you some from here, if you can tell me how to get the roots without killing the plant. I've never done that before.

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