giant cane

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Related to giant cane: Arundinaria, Arundinaria gigantea
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Noun1.giant cane - tall grass of southern United States growing in thickets
canebrake - a dense growth of cane (especially giant cane)
bamboo - woody tropical grass having hollow woody stems; mature canes used for construction and furniture
Arundinaria, genus Arundinaria - North American bamboo
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The first European explorers of the Bluegrass found extensive woodland pastures of open-grown trees shading grasses and giant cane, covering many square miles, mixed with denser forests and stands of pure cane along the creeks.
He laid bare his frustration as he tweeted saying that the airport security staff won't allow him through with his cane adding, "Giant man need giant cane. Small cane snap like toothpick.
In his March 16 column about the potential of burning biofuels at the Boardman Power Plant, Bob Doppelt stated that giant cane (more commonly known as giant reed) "is sterile this far north.
The poisonous giant cane toad - the size of a small dog - is the largest ever found Down Under.
The Fascinating Frogs exhibition features many of the world's weirdest amphibians, including giant cane toads, deadly poison dart frogs and the frog thought to be the inspiration for Kermit!
In addition to the giant cane toads, Carol endured getting up close and personal with giant beetles, cockroaches, bush rats, snakes and huge water spiders.
Liberal Party MP David Tollner said the best method is to bash giant cane toads, left, on the head as he used to do when he was a kid.
Giant cane toads and gravity-defying frogs will invade a seaside aquarium this Easter.
I had to hold a giant cane toad for my TV Times cover shoot.
Additionally, along the banks of the river, the native riparian vegetation has been impacted by recent invasions of exotic plant species, such as salt cedar (Tamarix sp.) and giant cane (Arundo donax), which also contribute to plant diversity along the Rio Grande.