How Fast Does Bamboo Grow?

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How fast bamboo grows is pretty interesting considering it's considered the fastest growing plant in the world. Each Spring or Summer bamboo will bloom and over the course of a months time it can grow a foot to a foot and a half every day for the entire month. They can reach heights of up to 35 feet in a controlled environment, but in it's natural habitat it wouldn't be uncommon for it to exceed those heights.
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There are different species of bamboo, and the growth rate varies by species. There is a species that has been known to grow 119 centimeters in only a day! You can find more information at www.globio.org
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