WANTED: Seeds: Low-Growing Bamboo Varieties

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SvenLittkowski
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WANTED: Seeds: Low-Growing Bamboo Varieties

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Hi,

I know it is very difficult to get seeds of bamboo plants like seeds of other plants. Still, if anyone has viable seeds of a species of bamboo that grows not taller than 2 meters, I would be very happy.

I can offer a seed exchange: I live in the Caribbean, and have therefore access to all sort of seeds of amazing and special tropical, Caribbean plants! Among them edibles: tropical vegetables, fruits and herbs!

Is there anyone who can offer viable seeds to me? Seedlings might be easier to produce, but not easy to import. Thanks for your assistance.
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Re: WANTED: Seeds: Low-Growing Bamboo Varieties

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Greetings and apologies, I made a mistake and deleted your other post regarding the bamboo plant supports - sorry about that I thought that these were the same 2 posts so I deleted the 'extra' one that was not really 'extra', can you please re-post that one?
Brad Salmon, zone 12B Kea'au, HI
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Re: WANTED: Seeds: Low-Growing Bamboo Varieties

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Seeds of Indocalamus tessellatus might be harvested early next year, see http://thai-bamboo-seeds.blogspot.com and follow the updates. Further, seeds of Pleioblastus juxianensis and Lithachne pauciflora might be harvested later this year.
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Re: WANTED: Seeds: Low-Growing Bamboo Varieties

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Vielen Dank.
Thanks.
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