“There are species of bamboo that can survive winter weather up to -20° F and still grow again in the spring during the normal germination periods. Most commonly, bamboo is found in places that qualify as tropical, sub-tropical, or temperate zones. These are places like Southeast Asia, South America, and the Southeast portion of the United States. Some species of bamboo have been known to grow well indoors in less temperate parts of the world. These species should be hardier types, such as those which can grown in areas that are considered temperate, or zones 4 through 8 in gardening terms.”
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