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|Spawns|| Grown (3 days),|
Bought from T&T Emporium
Bamboo is a new type of plant that appears in New Leaf. It does not grow naturally in the town, and must be bought from Leif, when his shop is merged with Timmy and Tommy's store after the T&T Emporium expansion, where bamboo shoots are sold for 3,000 Bells. They can also be obtained by a villager giving it to the player as a gift. They can be sold at Re-Tail for 750 Bells each and 1,500 Bells each with the Bell Boom ordinance. Very rarely, bamboo shoots can also be received from villagers after completing errands.
Bamboo grows under the same condition as trees and cannot grow adjacent to another tree, object or bamboo. Bamboo shoots can be eaten. To plant bamboo, the player must equip a shovel and plant them similar to trees. After three days, the bamboo shoot will mature into a bamboo stalk.
Once fully grown bamboo will produce shoots as cracks which can be dug up with the shovel. However, when the shoots are reburied they will instantly plant themselves and cannot be picked up without destroying them. Covering a certain area around a bamboo stalk with custom designs, buried items or etc. will render it unable to reproduce due to there being no place for the crack containing the shoot to spawn.
Leaving a bamboo shoot buried in the ground for extended periods will cause it to grow unless its progress is stopped by either overpopulation or inability to grow due to walls, objects or trees. Large numbers of bamboo growing unintentionally is a concern, as Perfect Town status can be lost due to overpopulation of trees and bamboo. Because of this, something to keep in mind when growing bamboo is the little known huge increase of its growth and spread speed in the Spring months of March through May.