Cold-Hardy Clumping Bamboos: Bamboo's invasive nature

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Jan 14, 2018 12:30 PM CST
Charlie, thank you for the great article. You did a nice job explaining the practical uses of bamboo in the home landscape. As stewards of the earth, we should be mindful and acknowledge bamboo's capacity to become invasive should and should be mentioned in the article.
Name: Rick R.
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Jan 22, 2019 4:21 PM CST
It's such a short article, yet you must have missed that he did exactly say that:

Charlie Nardozzi said:Running bamboos are generally hardier than clumping types, but because they can become invasive, many gardeners avoid planting them.

(Please don't kill the messenger)

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