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Bamboo can be categorized into two different families, the evergreen and grass families. Although this plant is evergreen, they are grass. These plants reproduce in a short period. Once a shoot gets started and well established, they will use their energy to reproduce and make more, thus being why they can be seen growing in dense colonies. This plant can be known as being one of the tallest grasses. They can grow as much as 48 inches in one given day.

New plants can be grown in the spring. Each cane is tall, sturdy, and light brown. The canes are tall and slender, and the top is where the limbs and leaves can be seen growing. You can reach the height of the bamboo at its peak after 15 years. The height can be factored in by many things, including soil, climate, sunlight, and the amount of water that it receives.

Bamboo can be known for having many uses, to drink out of in a survival situation, tied together to make a raft, create home structures, and make furniture. A plant group can create more than 30% oxygen compared to a group of deciduous trees. Being an evergreen means that it will produce oxygen year-round compared to other trees that lose their leaves.

When You can plant the plant, the shoots will emerge from the ground at the same diameter it will stay for its entire life. As it gets taller, it makes canes. These canes will continue to grow and get larger until about four months when it has reached full maturity. The only way to stunt the growth is by cutting it. If it is not cut at the ground wherever the cut line is, the shoots will still grow under that line.

This plant is very versatile and can be grown both indoors and out.

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