Bamboo Hedging

Immerse new plants in water immediately, by first taking them out of the pot. Never allow them to dry out. Bamboos are evergreen plants and perform best in rich moist soil.

It is important to incorporate generous amounts of compost or well rooted manure to enrich the soil. Being very shallow roots they appreciate a good thick mulch of bark, compost, manure or leafmould. Keep well watered twice weekly for the next 3 months until they are established, then water extra during any dry spells. It is essential to thoroughly wet the soil so that the water penetrates down to the roots. If the bamboo is planted late in the year mulch heavily and try to give protection from cold drying winds.

They can also be grown in large containers but more care is required. Plant in good soil based potting compost and take care never to allow them to dry out. Always make sure they have plenty of compost in the pot and that the pot is not just full of roots. Leave at least 4 inches at the top of the pot free to allow for ease of watering.

Feed during late spring and summer with a general purpose granular fertiliser and re-new the mulch layer.

The leaves are borne on small branches which encircle the canes. In spring there is considerable yellowing of the leaves followed by some leaf drop. This is normal as new leaves are produced. Some of the old leaves often become papery and brown and stay attached to the plant long after they are finished.

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  1. Fargesia Murielae 3 Litre
    Fargesia Murielae 3 Litre
    £9.40

    Fargesia Murielae forms a dense cluster of thin canes and luxuriant fresh green foliage Learn More
  2. Pseudosasa Japonica 20 Litre Pot 90/110cm
    Pseudosasa Japonica 20 Litre Pot 90/110cm
    £32.00

    Pseudosasa Japonica bears olive green canes when young maturing to pale beige with a contrasting dark green, oblong leaves. Nice, fat and chunky plants with loads of canes Learn More
  3. Phyllostachys Aurea Golden Bamboo 10 - 30 Litre Pot 160 cm
    Phyllostachys Aurea Golden Bamboo 10 - 30 Litre Pot 160 cm
    £34.50

    Narrow pointed yellowish to golden green leaves. Grows in fertile soil in full sun or dappled shade out of strong winds. Can grow from 2.5 and up to 8m in an ideal site. All bamboos here are potted on in April to allow new canes up, the plant size is as shown in the picture Learn More
  4. Phyllostachys Nigra Black Bamboo 12 Litre Pot 140-160 cm
    Phyllostachys Bissetii Green Bamboo 15 - 30 Litre Pot 150/180
    £40.50

    Phyllostachys Bissettii - green caned bamboos are the best hedge for windy spots compared to the other bamboo they form a nice dense hedge. All bamboos here are potted on in April to allow new canes, the plant size is as shown in the picture Learn More
  5. Phyllostachys Aureosulcata Spectablilis 40 Litre Pot 200-225cm
    Phyllostachys Aureosulcata Spectablilis 30 Litre Pot 180/200cm
    £43.50

    Phyllostachys Aureosulcata Spectablilis - lime green foliage sat amongst sulphur yellow and green striped canes. Learn More
  6. Phyllostachys Nigra Black Bamboo 12 - 30 Litre Pot 140-160 cm
    Phyllostachys Nigra Black Bamboo 12 - 30 Litre Pot 140-160 cm
    £44.85

    A beautiful clump forming black bamboo with arching habit. Canes normally green the first year becoming mottled dark brown or black. Grows in fertile moist soil in full sun or dappled shade. All bamboos here are potted on in April to allow new canes up the plant size is as shown in the picture Learn More
  7. Phyllostachys Aureosulcata Aureocaulis 18 - 40 Litre Pot
    Phyllostachys Aureosulcata Aureocaulis 18 - 40 Litre Pot
    £49.50

    Clump forming bamboo producing sulphur-yellow canes, often with green stripes at the base.Leaves are narrow and mid-green. Height 175/220cm. 18 litre potted to 40 litre. All bamboos here are potted on in April to allow new canes up. Learn More
  8. Phyllostachys Aureosulcata Aureocaulis
    Phyllostachys Aureosulcata Spectablilis 18 - 40 Litre Pot 175/200
    £52.50

    Phyllostachys Aureosulcata Spectablilis - lime green foliage sat amongst sulphur yellow and green striped canes. 18 litre potted to 40 litre. All bamboos here are potted on in April to allow new canes up. Learn More
  9. Phyllostachys Nigra Black Bamboo 12 Litre Pot 140-160 cm
    Phyllostachys Nigra Black Bamboo 18 - 40 Litre Pot 200 cm
    £61.50

    A beautiful clump forming black bamboo with arching habit. Canes normally green the first year becoming mottled dark brown or black. Grows in fertile moist soil in full sun or dappled shade. Learn More
  10. Fargesia Robusta Campbell 30 Litre Pot 180/200cm
    Fargesia Jiuzhaigou 15 Litre Pot 150/170cm
    £69.50

    Fargesia Jiuzhaigou Forms a tight clump of fine canes that emerge green, turn crimson then yellow as they age. A fantastic new form of this non evasive bamboo. Learn More
  11. Phyllostachys Nigra Black Bamboo 18 Litre Pot 200 cm
    Phyllostachys Nigra Black Bamboo 4 - 4.5m
    £255.00

    Monster Specimen 4 / 4.5m high and putting up new canes. We have now moved them on to a 160litre pot Learn More
  12. Phyllostachys Aureosulcata Spectablilis 30 Litre Pot 250 cm
    Phyllostachys Aureosulcata Spectablilis 4.5 - 5 M
    £255.00

    A Monster sized Specimen. 4.5 Metres or more tall and putting up more canes now we have moved it into a 160 Litre pot. Learn More
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