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Tropical Bamboo

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Black Atro

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Black Atro

~ Black Atro  Gigantochloa atroviolecea This one of the three large clumping black bamboo. This plant has the characteristic of turning black much faster than the other two so most of the time the whole stand can be black giving it a more dramatic impact. Usable Black Timber Edible Shoots Beautiful Ornamental Collector’s Item Large Hedge Windbreak Erosion Control Hardy 55′ Tall with 4″ Culms.  Clumping bamboos can be planted without fear of them spreading beyond their assigned territory, making them non-invasive. Sun Exposure: Sun to...

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Black Asper

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Black Asper

~ Black Asper Asper var. Hitam The largest black bamboo, Black Asper is very vigorous. A most impressive giant, with highly valued timber. You will need plenty of room for this species. 100’ tall with 8” culms.  Clumping bamboos can be planted without fear of them spreading beyond their assigned territory, making them non-invasive. Sun Exposure: Sun to Partial...

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Alphonse Karr

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Alphonse Karr

~ Alphonse Karr Bambusa multiple Very dense privacy hedge that has a ‘fountain shape. Spectacular bright yellow culms with green stripes and small delicate green leaves. Strong thin canes to 25’ with a 1″ culm diameter. A good container bamboo. It, like other forms of Bambusa multiplex, are among the best bamboos for a well lit area indoors.  Clumping bamboos can be planted without fear of them spreading beyond their assigned territory, making them non-invasive. Sun Exposure: Sun to Partial...

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Sacred Bali

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Sacred Bali

~ Sacred Bali An outstanding ornamental of rich golden, very straight culms that are mostly clean and then topped with dark green broad leaves. Clean, tidy elegant appearance and ease of maintenance. It reaches a mature height of 40′ with 3 inch culms.  Clumping bamboos can be planted without fear of them spreading beyond their assigned territory, making them non-invasive. Height: 40 ft. Sun Exposure: Full Sun to Partial Shade ...

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Giant Timber

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Giant Timber

~ Oldhamii Good privacy hedge and windbreak, tight clumper. Tolerates draught.  Thin walled culms up to 55’ tall with 4” culms.  Clumping bamboos can be planted without fear of them spreading beyond their assigned territory, making them non-invasive. Height: 55 ft. Sun Exposure: Sun to Partial Shade ...

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Nastus

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Nastus

~ Nastus Sweet Shoot Nastus elatus A stunning vertical green plant with willowy thin light green leaves that hang down.  60’ tall with 4” culms.  Clumping bamboos can be planted without fear of them spreading beyond their assigned territory, making them non-invasive. Height: 60 ft. Sun Exposure: Sun to Partial...

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Mexican Weeping

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Mexican Weeping

~ Mexican Weeping Otatea acuminata aztecorum Tolerates sea spray and drought. Open clumper, solid thin canes, ornamental, easy to prune, erosion control.   20′ tall, with 1 ” culms.  Clumping bamboos can be planted without fear of them spreading beyond their assigned territory, making them non-invasive. Height: 20 ft. Sun Exposure: Sun to Partial...

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Malay Dwarf

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Malay Dwarf

~ Malay Dwarf Glaucophylla This is a very dense bamboo used for privacy hedging, for windbreaks and as an ornamental landscape focal point. Variegated leaves give a lighter green appearance. It reaches a mature height of 12-15′ tall with 1 inch culms and can be pruned to be a lower hedge.  Clumping bamboos can be planted without fear of them spreading beyond their assigned territory, making them non-invasive. Height: 12-15 ft. Sun Exposure: Sun to Partial...

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Lumpy Noodle

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Lumpy Noodle

~ Lumpy Noodle vulgaris waimin Called Lumpy Noodle, this bamboo has distinct bulging inter-nodes. 16’ to 22’ tall with 3” culms.  Clumping bamboos can be planted without fear of them spreading beyond their assigned territory, making them non-invasive. Height: 16-22 ft. Sun Exposure: Sun to Partial...

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Lako

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Lako

~ Lako (Chocolate Black) Bambusa lako Beautiful ornamental for a large hedge, windbreak and for erosion control. Hardy, tolerates full sun, drought, wind and wet conditions. Up to 60’ tall, with 3 culms.  Clumping bamboos can be planted without fear of them spreading beyond their assigned territory, making them non-invasive. Height: 60 ft. Sun Exposure: Sun to Partial Shade ...

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Hirose

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Hirose

~ Hirose Bambusa sp. ‘Hirose’ Out of all the bamboos that are available, Bambusa Hirose has the most to offer. This is a species of unknown origin. Some say it originated on the Big Island from the seeds of Bambusa oldhamii. Nonetheless, it produces very hard and large diameter timber that has undergone laboratory analysis and proven to be one of the strongest timber producers. Excellent as both a windbreak and privacy barrier. Can be planted as a easily manageable hedge. 55’ tall with 4” culms.    Clumping bamboos can be planted without fear of them spreading beyond their...

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Guadua

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Guadua

~ Guadua Guadua angustafolia One of the best bamboo species in the world, often referred to as vegetal steel. No other natural resource possesses more: versatility, lightness, flexibility, endurance, hardness, strength, climatic adaptability, seismic-resistance, rapid growth, easy handling and visual warmth! Very hardy, handles rocky terrain, marginal soil, and excellent for erosion control.  Susceptible to blowing over in high winds.  White bands on nodes (not internodes) and can be very thorny with lots of sharp lethal thorns on branches and culms.  80’ tall with 8” culms.  Clumping...

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Minor

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Minor

~ Minor (Ghost Bamboo) Minor amoenus Commonly called Ghost bamboo for is frosty white appearance. This bamboo is vivid green with dark green stripes and a white powdery finish. It makes an excellent privacy hedge as well as a beautiful specimen however, its large ornamental leaves shred in high winds, so it’s recommended only for protected locations.  It grows to about 25′ and develops a 2 inch wide culm.  Clumping bamboos can be planted without fear of them spreading beyond their assigned territory, making them non-invasive. Height: 25  ft. Sun Exposure: Sun to Partial...

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Doli

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Doli

~ Doli Bambusa dolichomerithalla Tight vertical clumper with very little bottom branching thus showing off its multi-colored culms from light greenish yellow to dark green with stripes of varying shades of green, very dramatic in the landscape. It’s perfect for a privacy hedge and windbreak and reaches a height of approximately 30’ with a 2 inch culm. It has good wind tolerance.  Clumping bamboos can be planted without fear of them spreading beyond their assigned territory, making them non-invasive. Height: 30 ft. Sun Exposure: Sun to Partial...

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Costa Rican Weeping

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~ Costa Rican Wheeping Chusquea coronalis An exceptionally graceful, delicate species, this Central American bamboo grows to 20 feet. Good for a hedge or low screen for the small garden. It is a moderate grower. 20’ tall with 1” culms.  Clumping bamboos can be planted without fear of them spreading beyond their assigned territory, making them non-invasive. Height: 20 ft. Sun Exposure: Sun to Partial Shade

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Chungii

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Chungii

~ Chungii (White Bamboo) Bambusa Chungii Beautiful bamboo for ornamental and is an excellent windbreak and erosion control. Grows to 30′ Tall with 2″ Thin Walled Culms.  Clumping bamboos can be planted without fear of them spreading beyond their assigned territory, making them non-invasive. Sun Exposure: Sun to Partial Shade ...

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Barbelatta

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Barbelatta

~ Barbelatta Bambusa var barbelatta Similar to its relative Bambusa chungii, White Bamboo, only shorter with slightly less white powder. 30’ tall with 2” thin walled culms.  Clumping bamboos can be planted without fear of them spreading beyond their assigned territory, making them non-invasive. Sun Exposure: Sun to Partial Shade  

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Buddha’s Belly

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Buddha’s Belly

~ Buddha Belly Bambusa Ventricosa As the name implies, Buddha Belly is an exotic, large-caned bamboo. Canes grow very tightly together with many lower branches. If you are looking to form an impenetrable barrier or block the view of something tall, plant Buddha Belly.  The criss-crossing canes will occasionally form swollen internodes or “waists” if the plant is under stress.  Under normal conditions it just grows huge and extremely dense.  45’ tall with 2.3” culms.  Clumping bamboos can be planted without fear of them spreading beyond their assigned territory, making them...

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Gracilis

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Gracilis

~ Gracilis (Slender Weavers) Bambusa textilis var. gracilis One of our more popular bamboos, the Gracilis is the perfect privacy hedge or windbreak. The perfect height (20-25′), perfect density and elegant simplicity with green culms and delicate green leaves. Can be hedged and shaped.  25’ tall with 1.3” culms.  Clumping bamboos can be planted without fear of them spreading beyond their assigned territory, making them non-invasive. Height: 20-25 ft. Sun Exposure: Sun to Partial Shade Before / After ...

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Textilis Bamboo

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Textilis Bamboo

~ Textilis Bambusa textilis Weavers, Wong Chuk.  A tight clumper with very erect multiple poles, that begin blue-ish, turn dark green and then ripen to gold.  Very clean at the base.  An excellent privacy hedge or striking ornamental.  40’ tall with 2” culms.  Clumping bamboos can be planted without fear of them spreading beyond their assigned territory, making them non-invasive. Height: 40 ft. Sun Exposure: Sun to Partial Shade ...

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Potting Bamboo

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Bamboo ~ Container Planting ~ Repotting Sharon’s Plants, Ltd. 41-614 Waikupanaha St. Waimanalo, HI 96795 Container Planting Bamboo The first concern is to keep the root zone sweet with good drainage. Mulch on top allows roots to grow right up to the soil surface (12″ – 14″), premium grade potting mix. (2″ – 4″) coarse, washed, river sand to suit available space. The sand will filter out fine particles above the geo-textile cloth, Get the coarsest grade cloth available, or use fine shade-cloth. The filter-cloth encases the coarse, sand and the potting mix. Trim it off to finish...

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