I'm looking for some suggestions on a suitable bamboo to plant in the
It must be a non-invasive clump-forming variety with a spread of no more
than about 3 feet, and canes standing roughly 6 feet tall (that's about the
In an ideal world I'd also like blue-grey coloured foliage and/or canes too,
but that's not critical.
I live in the south west, so the weather's relatively mild, and the soil in
the garden is neutral clay.
Can anyone suggest some varieties that might meet my rather strict criteria?
I realise that it may be rather hard to find in garden centres, so if anyone
has an address for a specialist nusery in the south west, I'd be very
Thanks in advance,
I've got a bamboo in my garden, which has stayed more or less in a clump and the
tallest I've gotten has only been about a bit over 6ft. I live in the High
Mojave desert. Only the rhizomes get big and heavy.
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