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What should I do when the stalks turn yellow?
Last Updated: 03/28/2011
The main cause of yellowing stalks is due to unchanged water and cold temperatures. Unfortunately, once the stalks begin to turn yellow, it may be too late to save the bamboo and is either dead or dying. We recommend removing it immediately from your arrangement to prevent the other bamboo from also turning yellow.

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