Black Timber bamboo - clumping (so it won't go crazy and spread!)

Black Timber bamboo - clumping (so it won't go crazy and spread!) Plant with 'Golden Godess' clumping bamboo for contrast

Bamboo growth can be controlled by surrounding the plant or grove with a concrete wall or using (24 to 30 inch deep) 40 mil. thick HDPE plastic root barrier.

Bamboo growth can be controlled by surrounding the plant or grove with a concrete wall thick HDPE plastic root barrier.

Bamboo screening contained within planters ....... no running loose !

Bamboo screening contained within planters . no running loose ! Why didn't I think of bamboo.

Fargesia A non running clumping bamboo thats evergreen and fast growing. Depending on the variety can range from 6-8' to 12-18' tall. Did I mention its shade tolerant AND deer resistant? Beautiful soft texture complements other shade loving broadleaf and needled evergreens well.

A non-running clumping bamboo that's evergreen and fast growing. Depending on the variety can range from to tall. Shade tolerant AND deer resistant. Beautiful soft texture complements other shade loving broadleaf and needled evergreens well.

Sun filtering through Bambusa multiplex 'Alphonse Karr', a non-invasive clumping bamboo.  This is in the bamboo garden at Mad Man Bamboo Nursery in Rocklin, CA. www.madmanbamboo.com

Bambusa multiplex 'Alphonse Karr', a non-invasive clumping bamboo. Image from Mad Man Bamboo Nursery in Rocklin, CA.

Non-invasive varieties are Perfect for privacy
I love mine!!!

Bamboo Plant Nursery Selling Tropical Bamboo Plants, Bamboo Photos, Bamboo Descriptions, Bamboo Plant Care, Bamboo For You

Bamboo is the largest member of the grass family. Among the various types of bamboo, there are some that are gigantic and almost treelike, while dwarf varieties can be small enough to grow in containers. Here we discuss the scientific classification of bamboos, their growth pattern, preferred temperature zones, and utility in everyday life.

The Different Types of Bamboo You May Have Never Heard About

Bamboo is the largest member of the grass family. Among the various types of bamboo, there are some that are gigantic and almost treelike, while dwarf varieties can be small enough to grow in containers. Here we discuss the scientific classification of bamboos, their growth pattern, preferred temperature zones, and utility in everyday life.

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