Does bambooo grow in the Midwest?
First there are many types of bamboo which can grow in various areas and temperatures. If you look up USDA Climate Zone Map most bamboo grows in zones 6 and 7. http://mgonline.com/zonemap.html In short, yes, it is possible for bamboo to grow in some southern areas of the midwest.
If you are preferring to the Midwest of USA than here is your answer since i live there: The winter weather can affect the people who live in the Midwest because they may have harsh snow storms that can enclose peoples houses. It is cold so the crops can not grow. Schools and businesses may close because the traffic is so bad employees or students can't make it to the destination. That is why the…
Nothing that isn't in a greenhouse, and very little even then. The ground is frozen solid throughout much of the Midwest in December. Nighttime temperatures drop into the low teens (-9 Celsius). At these temperatures, it costs too much to heat a greenhouse, and the light is too low for most vegetables to grow, even if it was warm enough.