Avoid invasive running bambooS at all costs
In one of my other jobs, I’m a gardening expert for Primrose, the online retailer, answering customer’s horticultural queries.
The one plant that people have the most questions about, outnumbering all others by 2:1, is bamboo.
The fashion for this Far Eastern giant seems to have beaten the Leylandii madness of the 1970s, where novice gardeners were sold ‘dwarf rockery conifers’ – in reality very young and eventually very big trees.
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