BAMBOO PLANTS

Dig a planting hole twice the size of the root ball.
Place any root barriers in the ground.
Put some compost or garden fertilizer in the hole.
Put the bamboo in the hole, never put it deeper than it stood.
Fill the hole further with soil and press well, making sure that the plant is upright.
Give plenty of water.
Non-invasive bamboo
In addition to the rampant bamboo species, there are also many non-invasive bamboos (Bamboo Fargesia), which make new shoots next to the old ones and do not start running. These are ideal for putting in large containers. In containers, choose fine-leaved varieties such as Fargesia murieliae ‘Bimbo’ and . These low species have names like elephants, so the names are easy to remember.

Root Limiter
To keep large rampant bamboo (Bamboo Phyllostachys) within limits, dig a rhizome limiter around it. This is a strip of plastic that you dig in up to sixty centimeters, the roots of rampant bamboo species collide with it. They take root superficially and do not go under the screen.

Dig a planting hole twice the size of the root ball. Place any root barriers in the ground. Put some compost or garden fertilizer in the hole. Put the bamboo in the hole, never put it deeper than it stood. Fill the hole further with soil and press well, making sure that the plant is…

Dig a planting hole twice the size of the root ball. Place any root barriers in the ground. Put some compost or garden fertilizer in the hole. Put the bamboo in the hole, never put it deeper than it stood. Fill the hole further with soil and press well, making sure that the plant is…

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