Fargesia Bamboo Hedges
Are a smaller form of bamboo hedging or screening. They still grow to 2-3 metres tall so will screen a road or single story but will not get tall enough to screen out upstairs windows. It sounds a bit un-neighbourly, but no one likes to be overlooked, so if you need a taller screen and are thinking bamboo then go for phyllostachys. The positive side of fargesias are that they do not get huge are less likely to escape the garden. They also do well in troughs and pots. If it's beauty in smaller packages, then these are for you.
Where to Site Your Fargesia
Used mostly for hedging, screening and pots
How to Grow and Look After your Fargesia
Grow in fertile, moisture retentive soil in partial shade away from cold drying winds.
Remove any weak, dead or damaged stems in spring, cut out on any flowering shoots to discourage more from forming.
- Fargesia Angustissima 30 Litre Pot 100/125£52.55Fargesia Angustissima are highly attractive variety producing bright magenta and lime green coloured new shoots. These are covered in a cream coloured sheath which produces white powder on the leaves which can give a frosty appearance. Just moved up from a 15 Litre to keep them looking fresh Learn More