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That is what everyone seems to be saying to me here in North Carolina. Had dinner last night with some friends one of whom works in forestry at the Biltmore House. He HATES bamboo because they have to spend so much time trying to hold in back on the grounds.
I just really like it - especially the large diameter tall species like Moso and Vivax. Very contemplative grasses!