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Buying bamboo plants can be a tricky process. There are hundreds of different species available throughout the world. First, you must determine whether you need a running of clumping bamboo. Next, you will have to find the variety of bamboo that will thrive in your climate. Check out our bamboo buyer's guide for more details.Giant Bamboo Pole
Posted 01.14.2009 - Complete Bamboo
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Black Bamboo Picture of the Week
Posted 09.19.2008 - Complete Bamboo
Phyllostachys nigra, or more commonly "Black Bamboo" is perhaps one of the most beautiful species of bamboo in the world. The picture below was taken in Northern California in a plant that is approx four years old. Learn more about black bamboo here.
Posted 09.01.2008 - Complete Bamboo
In our opinion, bamboo is the most beautiful plant growing on the planet. Not only is it ravishing in appearance, but it also serves as a valuable resource to mankind. The benefits it yields to society are vast; ranging from medicine to weaponry. Its utility and value has been a significant theme in Asian literature for centuries, and this notion is rapidly spreading into the western world. Bamboo literally has thousands of practical functions, including flooring, furniture, lumber, and art, just to name a few.
As the consequences of human expansion continue to become more apparent in today's world, we look to bamboo as a global elixir to heal our distressed planet. Bamboo is the fastest growing hardy plant in the world, and can colonize an area 3 times faster than a typical pine forest in the United States. Growing bamboo in a garden or landscape is an wonderful choice for you and our planet.