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Afraid to Plant Bamboo? These varieties Aren't invasive.

Afraid to Plant Bamboo? These varieties Aren’t invasive. (However, a common solution would be to plant your bamboo in a raised planting bed that’s surrounded by walls or cement.

Bamboo growth can be controlled by surrounding the plant or grove with a concrete wall or using (24 to 30 inch deep) 40 mil. thick HDPE plastic root barrier.

Bamboo growth can be controlled by surrounding the plant or grove with a concrete wall thick HDPE plastic root barrier.

Bamboo is an invasive landscaping plant but if you are smart about choosing the variety or you plant it in containers, it can be a beautiful addition to the backyard

The Best 10 Plants to Grow for Backyard Privacy

Bamboo is an invasive landscaping plant but if you are smart about choosing the variety or you plant it in containers, it can be a beautiful addition to the backyard (for around the chicken coop

Clumping Bamboo, such as Fargesia rufa ‘Green Panda’ do not set runners, but form expanding clumps of culms ultimately reaching 6-8’ in height, and 8’ in width. "Green Panda" grows well in sun or shade and can be used as a focal point specimen or grouped en masse to form a screen or hedge. This plant is hardy to minus 15 degrees F., and is evergreen in most winters.

Clumping Bamboo, such as Fargesia rufa ‘Green Panda’ do not set runners, but…

Fargesia murielae. Non-invasive (clumping), zone 5, shade tolerant bamboo. Grow 10-14".

Non-invasive (clumping), zone shade tolerant bamboo. Grow Perfect for privacy. Raised beds to keep from spreading. Even clumps grow to be large clumps.

Clumping Bamboo, Bambusa, Non-Invasive Bamboo, Bamboo Photos, Bamboo Descriptions, Bamboo For You

Clumping Bamboo, Bambusa, Non-Invasive Bamboo, Bamboo Photos, Bamboo Descriptions, Bamboo For You

Alphonse Karr Bamboo---use bamboo as a privacy screen in the backyard.

Privacy screen plants

DIY - How To Grow Bamboo & Modernize Your Landscaping!

Modernize Your Garden With Bamboo

I already grow a lot of clumping bamboo directly in the ground, but I like this application for smaller spaces.DIY - How To Grow Bamboo & Modernize Your Landscaping!

Fargesia robusta - 10 gallon size (about 8-10 feet tall) F. robusta planted in a narrow strip of soil about 2 feet wide at a local site in Portland. Even new plants make an effective screen. In 2 to 3 years it will form a solid veil of evergreen foliage.  The plants are spaced about 3 feet apart. 3 to 5 feet of spacing is recommended in general for dense screens.

Fargesia robusta Campbell 10 gallon size (about feet tall) F. robusta planted in a narrow strip of soil about 2 feet wide. The plants are spaced about 3 feet apart. 3 to 5 feet of spacing is recommended in general for dense screens.

BambooTexas.com | Growers of rare and fine non-invasive bamboos

BambooTexas.com | Growers of rare and fine non-invasive bamboos

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