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Nepalese Blue Bamboo

Nepalese Blue Bamboo

Himalayacalamus porcatus Himalayan Weeping bamboo has a mass of long, slender, light green leaves create a dense luscious foliage as no canes are visible. This bamboo has narrow culms and a small footprint. It loves cool, shady conditions and so is ideal for gardens...
Slender Weavers Bamboo

Slender Weavers Bamboo

Bambusa textilis var. gracilis Slender Weavers, or Bambusa gracilis, is Australia’s most popular bamboo with good reason! Compact, yet tall, it can be planted in very narrow spaces and is popular for screening to double storey height in backyards. It has a...
China Gold Bamboo

China Gold Bamboo

Bambusa eutuloides var. viridi-vittata Brilliant yellow canes with green stripes, slightly thicker than other types of courtyard bamboo are the main feature of this beautiful bamboo. Leaves grow entire length of cane. China Gold is a very robust bamboo and will grow...
Running Black Bamboo

Running Black Bamboo

Phyllostrachys nigra Running Black Bamboo has beautiful black canes with the contrast of fine green leaves. It grows best in cool, damp places with morning sun and is perfect for our cold climate in South Australia. It is an exquisite feature bamboo and looks...
Green Ghost Bamboo

Green Ghost Bamboo

Dendrocalamus minor amoneus or Green Ghost bamboo has beautiful lime green canes that feature a darker green stripe. When they are young, the canes have whitish fuzz, which is why this species is called Green Ghost bamboo. This species of big bamboo is very easy to...
Oldham’s Bamboo

Oldham’s Bamboo

Bambusa oldhamii is a great big bamboo option for anyone in Adelaide who wants to quickly create a screen between homes because it has an incredible growth rate and very attractive leaves. It has stunning canes that are dark green and features a reasonably-sized...