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Dendrocalamus sinicus Bamboo Seeds 2023 for Sale

Dendrocalamus sinicus Bamboo Seeds 2023 for Sale

$69.00Price

Latin Name: Dendrocalamus sinicus

Mature Height: 20-30 m

Diameter:  20-30 cm

Seed Harvest Time: May 2023 

Germination Rate: 80% (Test done in May 2023) 

Seeds per gram: 6 seeds 

 

Dendrocalamus sinicus bamboo is the most giant bamboo in the world. 

It grows natively in the Yunnan province of China. 

Its seeds are extremely rare. We send workers each year to search for sinicus flowering clumps in deep mountains, but we can only get hundreds of seeds when we are lucky enough. 

As it's so difficult to get, and little seeds available, we only offer this species in May-June each year. 

Dendrocalamus sinicus has two forms: straight form and twisted form. 

The seeds we are offering now are from the straight form. 

Seeds shall be sown asap. 

  • Read Before Ordering

    1. Make sure you are able to import bamboo seeds before placing an order. The import rules in each country is different, pls contact your agricultural departments or responsible departments for details. 
    2. Phytosanitory Certificate is usually required by most countries. You only need to pay for 1 phyto cert for 1 shipment, no matter how many species you order. 
    3. If you are not able to find out the import rules in your country, try to contact us by Email or WhatsApp before your order. 
  • RETURN & REFUND POLICY

    All the bamboo seeds we offer are tested frequently to ensure viability. If seeds fail to germinate, pls provide us pictures/videos, we replace or refund. 

  • SHIPPING INFO

    We ship our seeds worldwide.

    The default shipping rate is by EMS (Express Mail Service of Post Office). It's the cheapest express, but no guarantee on delivery time during the pendemic period. If you want to recieve the seeds faster and dont mind higher cost, pls contact us for quote on DHL, UPS or Fedex. 

  • Delivery Time

    We ship our orders within 1 week after payment. 

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