cane reed

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Synonyms for cane reed

tall grass of southern United States growing in thickets

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Daughter Nancy had to inquire from over a dozen sources online before she could get genuine cane reeds which are not popularly used today.
in Jamestown cane reeds with a fire pit in the middle and a smoke hole at the top, these cosy tents are part of the Powhatan Indian Village, a reimagining of the dwellings of Virginia's original inhabitants.
Instruments made of exotic woods as well as cane reeds used in saxophones, clarinets and other instruments may also trigger allergic reactions in musicians.
Once made, the cane reeds have to be stored in an airtight container and refrigerated to keep them moist and ready for use.
First, you have to reach up high with your machete to trim the cane reeds of their foliage, .