Bamboos are members of the grass family and range from dwarf to giant specimens and are perennial and evergreen, requiring minimum upkeep once established. May be grown in containers but are most beautiful when grown near a water feature. Bamboo's make a stunning addition to any size or style of garden, patio, balcony or pondside.

Name (common name) & Description Conditions Size
Fargesia murieliae Joy - Tough and wind resistant and ideal for growing in sun or shade.Clump forming. Excellent for growing in containers. sunshade HEIGHT: 2m
Fargesia murieliae Super Jumbo - An improved form of F 'Jumbo'. With large dark green foiage. For moist well drained soils in sun or semi shade. sunsemi HEIGHT: 3.5m
Fargesia nitida Black Pearl - (Small Leaf Bamboo) A beautiful form of Bamboo with black stems throughout the year, the older culms dark from purple to almost black. Very hardy. All fertile soils in sun or shade. sunshade HEIGHT: 2-3m
Fargesia scabrida Asian Wonder - Clump forming, non-invasive new introduction from China. New culms have a purple colour. All fertile soils in sun or part shade. sunsemi HEIGHT: 3-4m
Phyllostachys aurea - (Golden or Fishpole Bamboo) Very hardy, clump forming, stiff upright mid-green canes, distinct swellings under each node, yellow-brown when mature. Sun or dapple shade in fertile soil. sunshade HEIGHT: 2.5-3.5m
Phyllostachys nigra - (Black Bamboo) A beautiful clump-forming bamboo of graceful arching habit. Canes, green the first year becoming mottled dark brown and finally jet black. Requires full sun or dappled shade. sunsemi HEIGHT: 2-3m.

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