Bambusa

A genus of tropical and subtropical clumping bamboos from Asia, America and Africa that shoot all year ’round, especially summer and fall. Bambusas usually have round culms with numerous branches at each node, although one or two usually predominate. Most Bambusa species are rather large, and like all clumpers, they require a wide growing area to reach full size. The species grow best in full sun and are successful in almost any climate, including coastal environments and even desert areas, as long as winter temperatures are not too cold.

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