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Bamboo Plants for Sale Near Me

If you are working on a landscaping project, a city planning project, or a contracting project, you may well be wondering “where are there bamboo plants for sale near me?” If that is the case, then you don’t need to look any further than Palmco.

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Palmco has spent 35 years providing the very best in palm trees, clumping bamboo, and now Mast trees for our wholesale customers’ landscaping needs. We serve all of Florida and the contiguous United States, growing and delivering a wide range of palms and bamboo plants with different heights, shapes, textures and even colors.

FAQs About Clumping Bamboo

Is clumping bamboo cold-hardy?
The clumping bamboo we grow at Palmco is cold hardy from 15-20°F and perfect for Florida’s subtropical winters. They should suffer little or no damage when exposed to low temperatures for short periods of time, and will grow more cold-hardy as they mature. If they are too cold for long, they may lose their leaves and the culms may die back, but the root mass will survive, sending up healthy new shoots in the spring. Prolonged wind may cause more damage to culms and foliage than cold.

How can clumping bamboo be used in a landscape?
Clumping bamboos have a unique root structure that creates a tight cluster of culms, so they won’t run rampant in all directions like running bamboos and won’t spread more than a few inches a year. Not only do they make beautiful specimen plants, but they are the fastest-growing plants you can choose for windbreaks, privacy screens and noise and dust barriers.

Should clumping bamboo be pruned?
Clumping bamboo is simple to maintain but may need a little pruning to look its best. After the third growing season, remove older, less productive culms to make way for healthy new growth. Cut off any unwanted shoots as close as possible to ground level, but don’t prune out more than one third of the canes in a given year. If you want a manicured hedge, prune new shoots to the desired height in late summer and late fall.

Favorite Clumping Bamboo Varieties

We offer many varieties of clumping bamboo at Palmco. Here are two that we love:

Golden Goddess: Golden Goddess Bamboo is easy to work with. It is sometimes called a “well-mannered” plant – quick to grow, easy to maintain, and very non-invasive. It is attractive, bountiful, and easy to care for – could you ask for anything more?

Emerald: Emerald Bamboo is ideal for landscaping and easy to work with. It is light green with a white plume and grows tall and strong (reaching heights of about 40 feet). This striking bamboo lives up to its regal name, inspiring onlookers and adding a majestic air to the property that it inhabits. It is a landscaper’s dream.

Are you a landscaper looking for that special plant to give a property aesthetic appeal or to create privacy? Clumping bamboo is a great plant to consider. If you are wondering “where are there bamboo plants for sale near me?” or if you have any questions, feel free to give Palmco a call—Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm, at (239) 283-1329.

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