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Oct 5, 2015

Can I Grow Black Bamboo Where I Live?

          So you’re interested in growing Black Bamboo. This is one of the most attractive bamboo plants due to the color of its culms, which as the name implies, is black. Also known as Bambusa Lako or as Timor Black Bamboo, the Black Bamboo originates from the island of Timor and has since became a favorite ornamental and screening bamboo around the world.

Sep 28, 2015

How To Grow Green Onion Bamboo – What You Need To Know

Clumping bamboo has become one of the most popular bamboo varieties for both indoor and outdoor growing. In fact, bamboo can be used for a variety of landscaping and home décor projects. However, not all running bamboo varieties are bad. There is one in particular that is a rare specimen among its species – Green Onion Bamboo.

Sep 18, 2015

The Best Bamboo For Cold Temperatures

    Bamboo is one of the world’s fastest growing and most versatile plants. However, if you are considering a sub-tropical variety of bamboo, then it is important that you choose a good, cold hardy bamboo and ensure that you live in a climate zone where your plants will be able to survive and thrive.

Sep 14, 2015

Can I Grow Blue Bamboo Where I Live?

          One of the most prestigious plants to grow indoors or on your lawn today is bamboo, and there are several types that you can choose from. Regardless of your home or business location, you are sure to find the ideal bamboo plants to grow and display. If you decided to grow blue bamboo, here are some important facts to ensure your success.

Sep 11, 2015

The Best Potted Bamboo Plants

    Landscapers and home gardeners alike are both discovering the amazing possibilities that bamboo plants offer the landscape. From living green screens and hedges to indoor and outdoor potted plants, bamboo can quickly transform any area into a green focal point. However, many people fail to realize just how easy it is to keep potted bamboo plants.

Sep 2, 2015

The Landscapers Guide To Clumping Bamboo

Clumping bamboo has been a long time favorite for landscapers, not only for its aesthetic appeal, but for its “stay-where-you-put-it” qualities as well. Unlike running bamboo, which has the habit of getting out of control, clumping bamboo grows in densely formed clumps of culms wherever you put it. Clumping bamboo is a great choice for creating a low-maintenance garden, Asian gardens, a Japanese-influenced theme, screens, hedges and much more.

Aug 19, 2014

Whats the Difference Between Clumping and Running Bamboo

    A Clumping Bamboo is a diverse group of grasses (Yes, that's right bamboo plants are giant, woody grasses.) that range from 6 inches to over 100 feet tall.  There are over 1,300 different cultivars (short for cultivated varieties) of bamboo, but only 2 major classes.Clumping and Running.      
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