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Try going to a fishing tackle shop. Bamboo poles used by kids are from a
type of bamboo that is honey in color when alive. The color fades as it
dries out, or when soaked in water, but doesn't turn grey. Grey bamboo
(when dry or soaked) is usually green when alive.
Date: Sun, 15 Aug 1999 21:47:25 EDT
From: MBCREATIVE at aol_com
I saw some pictures once of tank that had a forest of what seemed to be bare
bamboo stakes, almost like bare wood. They were as thin as chopsticks but
neatly arranged in a carpet of hair grass.
Does anyone know what kind of bamboo stakes I can use? These were honey
colored. The ones for the terrestrial garden turn grey. Can you use those in
Also does anyone have info on real underwater bamboo and what that looks like?