Control #Bamboo easily by planting it in containers! #PottedBamboo

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.

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How to tell the Difference between Clumping or Running Bamboo

Thyrsostachys siamensis -  This is a bamboo that does it all. Highly esteemed for its grace and beauty, it’s construction grade canes are thick walled, straight and strong. Lower nodes often solid. Very compact and vertical with small leaves that create a cloud-like effect. Canes can get to about 40 feet tall in rainy areas, shorter on the leeward sides.  Outstanding lumber, edible shoots.

Thyrsostachys siamensis - Non Invasive Bamboo. Look into even more by checking out the image

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

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

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.

How to grow and control bamboo. Bamboo growth can be controlled by surrounding the plant or grove with a concrete wall or using to 30 inch deep) 40 mil.

Non-Invasive, Cold-Hardy Clumping Bamboos/ The genus : Fargesia | Northeast Chapter of the American Bamboo Society

Non-Invasive, Cold-Hardy Clumping Bamboos& The genus : Fargesia

NON-INVASIVE CLUMPING BAMBOOS | Thigpen Trail Bamboo Farm

NON-INVASIVE CLUMPING BAMBOOS | Thigpen Trail Bamboo Farm

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