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Residential Landscape Projects
Ideabooks39,230
Questions10
is clumping Asian Lemon Bamboo- allow minimum 8'x8' space
Please advise the variety of bamboo?
What type of Bamboo? The other tropical plant in the background? Y'all grass?
Is the bamboo contained, since it is so invasive?
I would also like to know how to keep the bamboo contained. Love the look but I've always been afraid
Can this bamboo only be grown in warm climates?
Where can I find a bamboo like this? And can it ship able?
Where can I get this kind of bamboo? I live in Perkasie Pennsylvania
Depending on where you live, most clumping bamboos will take several years to get established, but once they do, they grow fast. They can be controlled however, by removing any new shoots as they come up.
what type of bamboo is this? Also similar question is it easily contained?
“separated walk and bamboo” — Ian Wendler
Garden Arts
Modern Family Garden
Ideabooks1,271
Questions3
create more shaped garden at back of yard
Bamboo trees in the back along the fence. Better look.
Black bamboo. Allows u to see shrubs in front and fence behind
clean...like those trees for privacy...is that bamboo?
black bamboo - hydrangeas - boxwood
Trimming the bamboo makes it looks less chaotic.
Borders in the garden
Stena a bamboo ku plotu
Bamboo for privacy. Trimming
Modern Family Garden
They are black bamboo.
black bamboo...clumping bamboo...Great bamboo...bamboo look...Bamboo screen...bamboo privacy wall...Nice garden...bamboo design...bamboo screening...Bamboo tree...Garden Arts
“Black bamboo. Allows u to see shrubs in front and fence behind” — kaoridawn
C.O.S Design
5 Reviews
Creative Outdoor Solutions
Ideabooks35,263
Questions12
I live in North Georgia. Can this bamboo survive here, and is bamboo an evergreen?
What type of bamboo is this?
It looks like Japanese bamboo but it's hard to tell without seeing the leaves up close.
What type of bamboo would one use in these planters? Any root barriers needed? Thanks
pervious owner. Wanted space to garden. Saw your idea for the bamboo and loved it.
Thanks for the question, bit hard to answer if this bamboo would survive on the other side of the world but can't see why not as bamboo is originally from Japan & China
Bamboo World in Vancouver, Canada http://www.bambooworld.com/bamboo-plants lists species and temperature ranges in which they can survive. I'm about to plant Fargesia clumping bamboo here in Toronto, Canada in with winters that can reach -30C. Contact me next summer and I'll let you know if they survived
“Lights” — BCL
Jesse Im/bugonmyleaf
1 Review
5609 Residence
Ideabooks10,314
Questions2
Where did you get these bamboo fence? And the asian landscaping decor? I like it.
made of on the bamboo fence
www.bamboocreasian.com We manufacture and import directly from our factory , located in vietnam. whole sale price.We provide bamboo materieal, fencing, fence, wall divider, ceiling decor , bamboo wall covering decor, wall covering tiki bar tiki hut, bamboo wall for Interior
small fountain - left bamboo wall, rock garden shapes, tall grass bunches
Don't like rock gardens but like the pebble rocks
out sharply. The opposite approach is the fence that is opened up in one spot to capture a view beyond the garden itself, maybe a mountain vista or even a tree in bloom in a neighbor’s yard. Bamboo is an obvious choice as a fencing material, but wooden fences, especially those with a grid pattern, will
“Bamboo fencing.” — picetti
VITA Planning and Landscape Architecture
Hawaii Pavillion House
Ideabooks5,045
Questions2
Reminds me of bamboo Avenue in JA
Bamboo walkway for right side of
Lining the path to Mimi's tree house with bamboo or use the natural Forrest recourses
The shade. I will do that with Bamboo
This garden features a modified yatsuhashi pattern to add invaluable interest to an allée of palms. The offset tiles are interplanted with a low ground cover in an effort to slow the garden visitor so that he or she will notice the majestic impact of this design. In addition, the path leads the eye onward
“Love those little palm trees” — Eva Constantine
Aloe Designs
13 Reviews
Mainland St Residence
Ideabooks3,233
Questions1
Love the privacy of bamboo, can you please tell me what species?
bamboo grows fast, and can be cut and used for other things in the house.
Bamboos in my little front garden??
Rocks and bamboo and white box
bamboo on a controlled area, white black rocks on top
Indoor bamboo and rock combo make a clean look.
Growing bamboo in a container. Containing root growth is a big concern with running bamboo plantings. Some running bamboo can flourish in a container. Because the plant is above ground and often surrounded by hardscape, all the growth is concentrated within the contained space. You will need to make
make sure the container is well irrigated, though, or your bamboo's leaves may go brown. Tip: Bamboo doesn't do well in drought situations, so automated irrigation systems are a great way to ensure regular watering.
“Line the fence with bamboo” — Amy Adams
Mark Dziewulski Architect
2 Reviews
River House
Ideabooks709
Questions0
Meditation garden outside of master. Outdoor shower would be nice as well
I like the zen garden idea here. Good for the guest house.
Zen garden looking out from the bathroom. Beautiful; good idea!
love the bamboo and zen garden!
Landscape with bamboo plants and moss in
bamboo fencing...Garden view...Path garden...Statue and bamboo...zen garden
“Wall” — ninapennewell
Katherine Nidermaier Designs
Beach, Costa Alegre, Mexico
Ideabooks345
Questions0
Fun Outdoor idea, with bamboo sticks
24. Make a DIY resort at your favorite beach. Bring bamboo poles (from the garden center) and white sheets or drop cloths, and rig up your own tropical beach shelter. Bring
Bring bamboo poles (from the garden center) and white sheets or drop cloths, and rig up your own tropical beach shelter. Bring a small shovel to dig holes for
Ideas for bamboo poles Noosa and Discovery
Make a DIY resort at your favorite beach. Bring bamboo poles (from the garden center) and white sheets or drop cloths, and rig
Make a DIY resort at your favorite beach. Bring bamboo poles (from the garden center) and white sheets or drop cloths, and rig up your own tropical beach shelter. Bring a small shovel to dig holes for the poles, a bucket to add wet sand, and assorted big clips and clothespins to hold the
“PERFECT!!” — cindysand
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