Bamboos are stunning garden plants, their gentle movements, rustling sounds of the leaves, evergreen foliage and colourful stems are some reasons they are popular. One place to see the bamboo plants in all their beauty… Read More »Japanese Bamboo Garden in London 13 Stunning Images
Chinese dwarf bamboo plants are great undercover plants. Most of them prefer shade to part-shaded sites. They are ideal small bamboos for gardens and pots because they do not take up much space. They are… Read More »Chinese Dwarf Bamboo Plants You Should Know
Variegated bamboos come in different forms. Some are running while others are clumping bamboos. In this article, we list 10 variegated bamboo plants that grow well in the UK. We arrange the bamboos by culms… Read More »10 Variegated Bamboos for Gardens and Pots
The running bamboos have rhizomes that grow away from the parent plants. That is why they are often referred to as invasive bamboos. The clump-forming bamboo plants are non-invasive. As the name implies, the rhizomes… Read More »Should You Grow Invasive Running Bamboo Plants?
The umbrella bamboo plants have tall stems and ‘dense foliage’. The thick arching foliage of these bamboos forms a formidable over-hanging shape like an umbrella, thus the name Umbrella Bamboo. Their new shoots grow very… Read More »Umbrella bamboo plants for privacy
Bamboo Phyllostachys Sulphurea Viridis: This running bamboo is also known as the Ougon-kou Chiku or Kou-Chiku bamboo. There are two types Robert Young and Houzeua. The culms have opposite in green and yellow colours. The… Read More »Phyllostachys Sulphurea Viridis Ougon-kou Chiku Bamboo
Phyllostachys rubromarginata is also called the Reddish Bamboo or Red Margin Bamboo because of the reddish colour of the new shoots. This running bamboo is tall and upright. It tends to spread very quickly, ideal… Read More »Phyllostachys rubromarginata Reddish bamboo