Bamboo - Edible

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The fastest growing plant in the world, bamboo is an excellent and useful landscaping plant.  It produces edible shoots and an endless supply of canes that can be used for a multiude of purposes around the garden.

Bamboo - Gracilis

$79.00 ($37.00-$79.00 choose a size)

Slender erect green culms that when exposed at base will reveal long green internodes that turn yellow when in contact with the sun. Gracilis is a very popular variety and for good reason. Its growth rate is rapid and can handle almost any growing conditions and soil types and still look spectacular. Also known as Slender Weaver Bamboo it has dense evergreen foliage that can be left low to the ground or pruned away to show of its many culms. Gracilis is a non-invasive tight clumper that can easily grow in a narrow boxed garden bed. The fresh new shoots are edible. Culms can be split in long lengths, are strong and thin walled making them ideal for use in handcrafts such as basket weaving, furniture making, and musical instruments to name a few.

Bamboo - Oldhamii

$40.95 ($40.95-$79.00 choose a size)

An edible species of bamboo. Fast growing in just about any soil type or environmental condition. Oldhamii is a medium sized upright clumping bamboo. It has deep green foliage that starts low on the smooth clumps which turn yellow as they are exposed to sunlight. The tall upright culms grow straight and strong making it a popular variety for many different horticultural and agricultural applications. Both the timber and the shoots are popular for construction and human consumption purposes.

Bamboo - Sweet

$29.00

Young shoots are consumed as a vegetable. The culm is very useful as a building material and for making musical instruments and other handicrafts. Large, tufted, woody bamboo with dark green culms of 15-22 m high and 5-10 cm in diameter. Culm internodes are thin-walled and are on average 4050 cm long. The lower part of the culms develop aerial roots from the nodes. It is a dense clumper, native to Malaysia.

Bamboo - Oldhamii

$40.95 ($40.95-$79.00 choose a size)

An edible species of bamboo. Fast growing in just about any soil type or environmental condition. Oldhamii is a medium sized upright clumping bamboo. It has deep green foliage that starts low on the smooth clumps which turn yellow as they are exposed to sunlight. The tall upright culms grow straight and strong making it a popular variety for many different horticultural and agricultural applications. Both the timber and the shoots are popular for construction and human consumption purposes.

Bamboo - Sweet

$29.00

Young shoots are consumed as a vegetable. The culm is very useful as a building material and for making musical instruments and other handicrafts. Large, tufted, woody bamboo with dark green culms of 15-22 m high and 5-10 cm in diameter. Culm internodes are thin-walled and are on average 4050 cm long. The lower part of the culms develop aerial roots from the nodes. It is a dense clumper, native to Malaysia.

Bamboo - Gracilis

$79.00 ($37.00-$79.00 choose a size)

Slender erect green culms that when exposed at base will reveal long green internodes that turn yellow when in contact with the sun. Gracilis is a very popular variety and for good reason. Its growth rate is rapid and can handle almost any growing conditions and soil types and still look spectacular. Also known as Slender Weaver Bamboo it has dense evergreen foliage that can be left low to the ground or pruned away to show of its many culms. Gracilis is a non-invasive tight clumper that can easily grow in a narrow boxed garden bed. The fresh new shoots are edible. Culms can be split in long lengths, are strong and thin walled making them ideal for use in handcrafts such as basket weaving, furniture making, and musical instruments to name a few.

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Brian Sutton
4y ago

Waroona, WA, Australia

Bamboo - Edible

Grows good in Australian climate

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