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Clumping Bamboo

Clumping bamboos can be planted without fear of them spreading beyond their assigned territory. Their rhizomes, the underground stems, are quite different than those of our timber and other non-clumping bamboos. Instead of a horizontal spreading rhizome, they are u-shaped making new culms next to the original plant, spreading only a few inches per year, hence the name clumping bamboo.  They range in height from 8 to 25 feet, depending of the species.


Bamboo Bissett

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Latin Name: Phyllostachys bissetti
Description: One of the hardier bamboos! Large dark green leaves are borne on tall, one-inch diameter stems. Forms a beautiful, tall, dense screen or large container specimen. This is a running bamboo that should be contained.


Bamboo Black

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Latin Name: Phyllostachys nigra
Description: Black Bamboo became the first hardy oriental bamboo. The legendary ‘Black’ is native to Taiwan and China it can withstand temps. to -4 F. Top and foliage damage occurs in the low teens during dry winds.