Bamboo Plants for Your Landscape

Bamboo has been used by mankind since pre-recorded history. Its uses are for food, shelter, tools, warfare, aqueducts, utensils, fuel, privacy screens, and ornamental landscaping, to name a few. Bamboo has become very popular in the last 10 years as a landscape plant in the United States. Bamboo plants are classified as either running or clumping. Running bamboo plants are the most widely used type of bamboo and consists of hundreds of varieties.

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Running Bamboo Plants

American Native Bamboo Plant
American Native Bamboo Plant

Starting at $59.95
Zones: 6-10

Black Bamboo Plant
Black Bamboo Plant

Starting at $59.95
Zones: 6-10

Blue Henon Bamboo Plant
Blue Henon Bamboo Plant

Starting at $59.95
Zones: 6-10

Golden Bamboo Plant
Golden Bamboo Plant

Starting at $59.95
Zones: 6-10

Japanese Timber Bamboo Plant
Japanese Timber Bamboo Plant

Starting at $59.95
Zones: 6-10

Moso Bamboo Plant
Moso Bamboo Plant

Starting at $59.95
Zones: 6-10

Robert Young Bamboo Plant
Robert Young Bamboo Plant

Starting at $59.95
Zones: 6-10

Clumping Bamboo Plants

Alphonse Karr Bamboo Plant
Alphonse Karr Bamboo Plant

Starting at $49.95
Zones: 7-10

Golden Goddess Bamboo Plant
Golden Goddess Bamboo Plant

Starting at $59.95
Zones: 7-10

Willowy Green Bamboo Plant
Willowy Green Bamboo Plant

Starting at $59.95
Zones: 7-10



The clumping bamboo are not as cold tolerant as the running bamboo, unfortunately. Most clumping varieties are cold hardy to 10*F or so. The clumping bamboo also spreads in a 360* pattern, however, the culms grow much closer together and typically expand to only 10 to 20 feet. It can also be contained by a root barrier, if desired. Both running and clumping bamboo grow well in containers and make nice ornamental displays. Bamboo can tolerate moderate light, so many shopping malls, office buildings, and municipalities use them in large planter boxes.

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