• This is one of many Phyllostachys species that are superficially 'just' plain green but Phyllostachys bissetii stands out from the crowd because it excels at what it does - it is extremely hardy and tolerant. It is one of the freshest looking bamboos at winter's end - its thickly growing foliage and densely clustered canes are almost completely windproof, thereby making a perfect screening or hedging plant. Ultimately a running bamboo, Phyllostachys bissetii benefits from barrier protection although it can remain compact for some years before taking off.
  • Phyllostachys Aurea (Yellow Bamboo) is originally from China and grows up to 4-6 m, it is clump forming and withstand -18c. The canes of Phyllostachys Aurea (Yellow Bamboo) are a soft yellow in the sun and olive green in the shade, excellent for hedging, screening, and isolated clumps or a potted specimen.
  • This Bamboo is from China and grows up to 5-6 m. Full sun to shade with canes a lemon yellow turning to orange in the sun. Excellent in pots, single clump or screening.  Occasionally the cane zig-zags.
  • This famous black caned bamboo is green to start turning black in its second year. Grow in sun where the canes colour quickly.
  • Yellow gold cranes striped randomly with green with glossy green leaves. Grows up to 6-7 m but is a tidy upright grower.  Excellent as an isolated clump or pot grown.
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    Native to the Himalayas is an evergreen hardy "Blue Bamboo" forming a striking clump of upright canes which upon emerging are an attractive glaucous blue later ageing to olive/gold. Best in damp spot with dappled shade. Height to 10 - 15 ft. 10litre pot at £47.50

  • The Fargesia murieliae 'Lava' has bright blue-green leaves with yellow-green canes.  Grows to height of 1.5 cm Plant in well drained soil in full sun or partly shady spot. Bamboo Information In the twenty century Fargesia nitida and murieliae were the only two Fargesias varieties available in this country. They were perfect for small gardens, giving the touch of the oriental ambiance, clump forming, evergreen and non-invasive, suitable to be planted as a hedge, in large pots or as a specimen planted out. Bamboo itself has a hidden nick name called ‘Century‘ plant as it due to flower once in a century, a building DNA stimulates other bamboo of same genre to flower around the world at the same period, after years of seed production most mother plant will die. In the nineteen nineties both types of Fargesia entered their flowering period at the same time this produced over the years an abundance and high excess of seedlings in their native China. To replenish the dying stock of Fargesia, collectors, Nursery men and Botanist flooded to China collecting seedlings by the thousands. Over the years the Fargesia off spring showed a high number of variation with lots of inferior inbred plants. Twenty years on, Dutch plant breeders where able to produce artificial crosses between Fargesia and different clones of nitida to produce some extremely beautiful hybrids.
  • A new generation of non-invasive bamboo with an extraordinary vitality.  Clumping variety and grows up to 3.5 metre In the twenty century Fargesia nitida and murieliae were the only two Fargesias varieties available in this country. They were perfect for small gardens, giving the touch of the oriental ambiance, clump forming, evergreen and non-invasive, suitable to be planted as a hedge, in large pots or as a specimen planted out. Bamboo itself has a hidden nick name called ‘Century‘ plant as it due to flower once in a century, a building DNA stimulates other bamboo of same genre to flower around the world at the same period, after years of seed production most mother plant will die. In the nineteen nineties both types of Fargesia entered their flowering period at the same time this produced over the years an abundance and high excess of seedlings in their native China. To replenish the dying stock of Fargesia, collectors, Nursery men and Botanist flooded to China collecting seedlings by the thousands. Over the years the Fargesia off spring showed a high number of variation with lots of inferior inbred plants. Twenty years on, Dutch plant breeders where able to produce artificial crosses between Fargesia and different clones of nitida to produce some extremely beautiful hybrids.
  • This Fargesia is a new generation non-invasive bamboo with an extradinary vitality.  Grows up to 3 metres. 7.5 litre pots. In the twenty century Fargesia nitida and murieliae were the only two Fargesias varieties available in this country. They were perfect for small gardens, giving the touch of the oriental ambiance, clump forming, evergreen and non-invasive, suitable to be planted as a hedge, in large pots or as a specimen planted out. Bamboo itself has a hidden nick name called ‘Century‘ plant as it due to flower once in a century, a building DNA stimulates other bamboo of same genre to flower around the world at the same period, after years of seed production most mother plant will die. In the nineteen nineties both types of Fargesia entered their flowering period at the same time this produced over the years an abundance and high excess of seedlings in their native China. To replenish the dying stock of Fargesia, collectors, Nursery men and Botanist flooded to China collecting seedlings by the thousands. Over the years the Fargesia off spring showed a high number of variation with lots of inferior inbred plants. Twenty years on, Dutch plant breeders where able to produce artificial crosses between Fargesia and different clones of nitida to produce some extremely beautiful hybrids.
  • A colourful elegant small leafed bamboo which in spring can turn erect culms red. This is a new generation of bamboo from China.  Ideal as a specimen or for creating a dense hedge, grows up to 2-3 metres.  3 litre pots £24.50, 7.5 lite pots £34.50, Fargesia Information: In the twenty century Fargesia nitida and murieliae were the only two Fargesias varieties available in this country. They were perfect for small gardens, giving the touch of the oriental ambiance, clump forming, evergreen and non-invasive, suitable to be planted as a hedge, in large pots or as a specimen planted out. Bamboo itself has a hidden nick name called ‘Century‘ plant as it due to flower once in a century, a building DNA stimulates other bamboo of same genre to flower around the world at the same period, after years of seed production most mother plant will die. In the nineteen nineties both types of Fargesia entered their flowering period at the same time this produced over the years an abundance and high excess of seedlings in their native China. To replenish the dying stock of Fargesia, collectors, Nursery men and Botanist flooded to China collecting seedlings by the thousands. Over the years the Fargesia off spring showed a high number of variation with lots of inferior inbred plants. Twenty years on, Dutch plant breeders where able to produce artificial crosses between Fargesia and different clones of nitida to produce some extremely beautiful hybrids.
  • ‘Winter Joy’ bamboo is  decorative due to its dark green canes with red undertones. Very hardy, evergreen and not invasive.  Grows to 3.5 metres.  7.5 metre £34.50. Bamboo Information: In the twenty century Fargesia nitida and murieliae were the only two Fargesias varieties available in this country. They were perfect for small gardens, giving the touch of the oriental ambiance, clump forming, evergreen and non-invasive, suitable to be planted as a hedge, in large pots or as a specimen planted out. Bamboo itself has a hidden nick name called ‘Century‘ plant as it due to flower once in a century, a building DNA stimulates other bamboo of same genre to flower around the world at the same period, after years of seed production most mother plant will die. In the nineteen nineties both types of Fargesia entered their flowering period at the same time this produced over the years an abundance and high excess of seedlings in their native China. To replenish the dying stock of Fargesia, collectors, Nursery men and Botanist flooded to China collecting seedlings by the thousands. Over the years the Fargesia off spring showed a high number of variation with lots of inferior inbred plants. Twenty years on, Dutch plant breeders where able to produce artificial crosses between Fargesia and different clones of nitida to produce some extremely beautiful hybrids.
  • Fargesia nitida 'Volcano'  is a bulb shaped bushy bamboo with dense and fine foliage. Evergreen and very hardy, forms a beautiful contrast between the red, almost black canes and green leaves.  Tolerates sun or dappled shade. 7.5 litre at £34.50 Bamboo Information In the twenty century Fargesia nitida and murieliae were the only two Fargesias varieties available in this country. They were perfect for small gardens, giving the touch of the oriental ambiance, clump forming, evergreen and non-invasive, suitable to be planted as a hedge, in large pots or as a specimen planted out. Bamboo itself has a hidden nick name called ‘Century‘ plant as it due to flower once in a century, a building DNA stimulates other bamboo of same genre to flower around the world at the same period, after years of seed production most mother plant will die. In the nineteen nineties both types of Fargesia entered their flowering period at the same time this produced over the years an abundance and high excess of seedlings in their native China. To replenish the dying stock of Fargesia, collectors, Nursery men and Botanist flooded to China collecting seedlings by the thousands. Over the years the Fargesia off spring showed a high number of variation with lots of inferior inbred plants. Twenty years on, Dutch plant breeders where able to produce artificial crosses between Fargesia and different clones of nitida to produce some extremely beautiful hybrids.  
  • This colourful bamboo is evergreen and very hardy.  It produces no runners and is therefore not invasive.  In the summer it produces beautiful purple shoots, in winter it fades to black.  Ideal as a specimen or a dense hedge in dappled shade.  Grows to 2.5 metres .  7.5 litre pots £34.50. Bamboo Information In the twenty century Fargesia nitida and murieliae were the only two Fargesias varieties available in this country. They were perfect for small gardens, giving the touch of the oriental ambiance, clump forming, evergreen and non-invasive, suitable to be planted as a hedge, in large pots or as a specimen planted out. Bamboo itself has a hidden nick name called ‘Century‘ plant as it due to flower once in a century, a building DNA stimulates other bamboo of same genre to flower around the world at the same period, after years of seed production most mother plant will die. In the nineteen nineties both types of Fargesia entered their flowering period at the same time this produced over the years an abundance and high excess of seedlings in their native China. To replenish the dying stock of Fargesia, collectors, Nursery men and Botanist flooded to China collecting seedlings by the thousands. Over the years the Fargesia off spring showed a high number of variation with lots of inferior inbred plants. Twenty years on, Dutch plant breeders where able to produce artificial crosses between Fargesia and different clones of nitida to produce some extremely beautiful hybrids.
  • This bamboo is vigorous upright columnar habit, expected final height 3.5 metres.  This ornamental bamboo is defined by its large light coloured bracts, which will remain visible throughout the year, the leaf colour is bright green.  The growth narrows at the base and are closely spaced.  Very suitable for planting in a sunny spot as solitary or as an everygreen hedge. Bamboo Information: In the twenty century Fargesia nitida and murieliae were the only two Fargesias varieties available in this country. They were perfect for small gardens, giving the touch of the oriental ambiance, clump forming, evergreen and non-invasive, suitable to be planted as a hedge, in large pots or as a specimen planted out. Bamboo itself has a hidden nick name called ‘Century‘ plant as it due to flower once in a century, a building DNA stimulates other bamboo of same genre to flower around the world at the same period, after years of seed production most mother plant will die. In the nineteen nineties both types of Fargesia entered their flowering period at the same time this produced over the years an abundance and high excess of seedlings in their native China. To replenish the dying stock of Fargesia, collectors, Nursery men and Botanist flooded to China collecting seedlings by the thousands. Over the years the Fargesia off spring showed a high number of variation with lots of inferior inbred plants. Twenty years on, Dutch plant breeders where able to produce artificial crosses between Fargesia and different clones of nitida to produce some extremely beautiful hybrids.
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    The Fargesia nitida bamboo is an elegant  forming a compact clump of erect to arching, purple-flushed green canes to 2 m high, with slender dark green leaves. This bamboo is clump forming and non invasive, can take full sun.  3 litre pots £22.50. Bamboo Information: In the twenty century Fargesia nitida and murieliae were the only two Fargesias varieties available in this country. They were perfect for small gardens, giving the touch of the oriental ambiance, clump forming, evergreen and non-invasive, suitable to be planted as a hedge, in large pots or as a specimen planted out. Bamboo itself has a hidden nick name called ‘Century‘ plant as it due to flower once in a century, a building DNA stimulates other bamboo of same genre to flower around the world at the same period, after years of seed production most mother plant will die. In the nineteen nineties both types of Fargesia entered their flowering period at the same time this produced over the years an abundance and high excess of seedlings in their native China. To replenish the dying stock of Fargesia, collectors, Nursery men and Botanist flooded to China collecting seedlings by the thousands. Over the years the Fargesia off spring showed a high number of variation with lots of inferior inbred plants. Twenty years on, Dutch plant breeders where able to produce artificial crosses between Fargesia and different clones of nitida to produce some extremely beautiful hybrids.  
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    This bamboo is beautiful in appearance with  erect and compact growth habit.  Evergreen with small shiny leaves, contrasting with white culm sheaths and deep green canes.   Plant Information: In the twenty century Fargesia nitida and murieliae were the only two Fargesias varieties available in this country. They were perfect for small gardens, giving the touch of the oriental ambiance, clump forming, evergreen and non-invasive, suitable to be planted as a hedge, in large pots or as a specimen planted out. Bamboo itself has a hidden nick name called ‘Century‘ plant as it due to flower once in a century, a building DNA stimulates other bamboo of same genre to flower around the world at the same period, after years of seed production most mother plant will die. In the nineteen nineties both types of Fargesia entered their flowering period at the same time this produced over the years an abundance and high excess of seedlings in their native China. To replenish the dying stock of Fargesia, collectors, Nursery men and Botanist flooded to China collecting seedlings by the thousands. Over the years the Fargesia off spring showed a high number of variation with lots of inferior inbred plants. Twenty years on, Dutch plant breeders where able to produce artificial crosses between Fargesia and different clones of nitida to produce some extremely beautiful hybrids.

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