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Watering Bamboo

In general, bamboo is a fairly versatile plant and can be relatively drought tolerant. Bamboo grows best with ample water but the roots must not become soggy and waterlogged. Having soil that is constantly over saturated with water will suffocate the roots from air and can cause the roots to rot. As long as the soil allows good drainage and is well aerated, over watering bamboo is not a concern. Newly planted bamboos in the ground require frequent watering if the weather is hot and windy or twice a week. Water stress can cause the bamboo to abort new shoots.