If you are looking for a quick and attractive privacy screen, the Slender Weavers bamboo is the one. It has the ability to completely block out a 8m building in a 500mm wide garden bed in two years yet always maintaining a fabulous look ...Read more
China Gold Bamboo is an attractive, short (6m) and upright, just what I like! Similar in habit to gracilis however, the clump is a little more 'open' and has incredible lemon yellow canes with striking green stripes. The cold does not worry it too much ...Read more
White Ghost bamboo is a very attractive bamboo to 8m forming from a tight, tall clump with incredible white canes and large leaves (You have to see it to believe it!). A great garden feature with a long growing season that doesn’t mind those cold ...Read more
If you have a larger garden and a want a very special ornamental plant, Tropical Blue Bamboo Bambusa chungi is a real eye opener. It is a more open plant with a larger gap between the canes(Grove affect), reaching 8m tall. It has a bright white ...Read more
Tiger Grass is striking plant from Thailand that looks like bamboo but it's actually a perennial grass. Grows beautifully in a pot, looks great near water features and handles the full sun/shade. Not a big plant at around ...Read more
People cant take their eyes off the Dwarf Panda bamboo, one of the biggest sellers! It gets only 350mm high x 350mm wide and adds a lush bright green splash to your garden. Very fine delicate leaves with a good round ...Read more
Dark Weavers bamboo is the bigger brother of gracilis (Slender weavers bamboo). The leaves are just as beautiful as gracilis, but Fasca will reach up to 2-3 metres taller (9m) and just a little bigger at the ground. The canes are ...Read more
Dark Weavers bamboo is the bigger brother of gracilis (Slender weavers bamboo). The leaves are just as beautiful as gracilis, but fasca will reach up to 2-3 metres taller (9m) and just a little bigger at the ground. The canes are ...Read more
Irrigation for bamboo is extremely important especially when planting. It is in fact as important as buying the plants themselves. Newly purchased plants are leaving an environment that has been automatically watered every day for anything up to two years. If you plant them in the ground and don't monitor them each day for approximately 3-6weeks depending on time of year obviously...
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Bamboo South Coast recently featured on Better Homes & Gardens on Channel 7. Watch it here....
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Bamboos are typically grazing plants in their natural environment (animals eat them). Not critical, but every 2 years or so it is good to keep your plants shaped. For some of the taller bamboos such as slender weavers bamboo or ghost bamboo this requires pole chainsaw on a ladder or just loppers, or the canes can be individually bent down and...
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