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My bamboo is growing a lot, do I need to transplant it to a bigger container?
Last Updated: 03/22/2011
It is not necessary to transplant into a bigger container. If the roots are overgrown and clumped up, they can be trimmed back to fit. Overall, the stalk does not grow larger in girth nor height so it can remain in the same container.

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