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Moso Bamboo Seeds 99 Bambusa Lako Sprout

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Moso Bamboo Seeds 99 Bambusa Lako Sprout $15.78 Original price was: $15.78.$14.99Current price is: $14.99.
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Large Moso Bamboo Sprout 99 Authentic Bambu Bambusa Lako Perfect For Diy Landscaping Projects

Introducing our Large Moso Bamboo Sprout 99, an authentic Bambu Bambusa Lako, perfect for DIY landscaping projects. This novel plant is not just a statement of beauty, but also a beacon of environmental sustainability. With its classification as a blooming plant, it’s sure to enhance the aesthetic appeal of your outdoor space.

This perennial Moso Bamboo package comes with 60 pieces of seeds, ready to transform your garden into a subtropical paradise. Despite its grand appearance, cultivating this bamboo is surprisingly easy, making it a great addition to your green space, regardless of your gardening experience.

Moso Bamboo is unique for its versatile uses, from furniture to paper production, thanks to its rapid growth. In traditional Chinese medicine, the leaves of this bamboo are highly valued, offering various health benefits.

In the right conditions, expect your Moso Bamboo to bloom in the spring, bringing a refreshing touch to your garden. And don’t worry if you don’t have a flower pot. These bamboo seeds can thrive without one.

How to Plant Moso Bamboo Seeds 99 Bambusa Lako Sprout:
1. Soak the seeds in water for 24 to 48 hours.
2. Prepare a pot or ground with well-draining soil.
3. Plant the seeds about 1 inch deep and cover with soil.
4. Water thoroughly and maintain a warm, humid environment.
5. Await germination in about 2 to 3 weeks.

Revamp your home garden with these Moso Bamboo seeds and enjoy the delights of DIY gardening while contributing to the environment.

Planting Essentials:

  • Latin Name: The botanical name for this plant is Bambusa Lako, commonly known as Moso Bamboo.
  • Planting Season: Best to plant in the spring, although it can be planted all year round in subtropical climates.
  • Germination Rate: Typically, Moso Bamboo seeds have a high germination rate of around 80%.
  • Grown Plant Size: Once matured, the Moso Bamboo can reach up to 20-30 meters in height.
  • Time to Maturity: Moso Bamboo is a rapid grower and can reach maturity in about 5 years.
  • Soil Type: This bamboo thrives in well-draining soil, preferably sandy loam.
  • Watering: Regular watering is essential, but avoid waterlogging. The soil needs to be moist, not soggy.
  • Sunlight: Moso Bamboo requires full sunlight to partial shade conditions for optimal growth.
  • Uses: Besides being a great landscaping plant, Moso Bamboo has a myriad of uses including furniture making, paper production, and in traditional Chinese medicine.
  • Deer Resistance: Moso Bamboo is generally resistant to deer.
  • Pest and Disease Resistance: Moso Bamboo is known for its resistance to common pests and diseases.
  • Spacing Requirements: For best growth, space the plants about 5 feet apart.
  • Companion Plants: Moso Bamboo pairs well with other subtropical plants like ferns and hostas.
  • Harvesting Instructions: Harvest mature culms (stems) in the late winter or early spring before new shoots emerge.

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Cultivating Difficulty Degree

Very Easy


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