Published at Sunday, March 17th, 2019 - 13:29:22 PM. bamboo. By Arnold Meier.
The rhizome is the underground stems of the bamboo plant it is the Rhizomes which produce the culms. The rhizome is bulbous in its appearance with each individual segment of the rhizome tapering towards its end to form a neck which connects to its other segments. The rhizome has roots that emerge from its nodes and it is these roots that forage for food and nutrients from the soil. These nutrients are stored by the rhizomes and used in the plants periods of dormancy for new growth.
You have seen magazines that show great bamboo foliages. You are attracted with how they look in a garden near the deck or as part of a vast property. You know that bamboo has many uses. It can be sued as decorative materials as screening material for building material and even for food. While your uses for bamboo may still be limited to wanting it as ornamentation you might be one of those who seriously want to plant it. Now is planting bamboo practical for you? Read on the following facts so you can decide whether planting bamboo is the thing for you:
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