We separate our bamboo into six main groups. Click on each name, or photo,
 to link to each specific group.

Hardy Clumping Bamboo
Non-invasive bamboo, 8 to 25 feet tall, which
grow in tight clusters, creating dense and decorative screens.

Timber Bamboo
Tall Phyllostachys over 30 feet tall.
Classic woody-caned bamboo grows large canes for timber, edible shoots, or tall screens.

Mid-sized Running Bamboo
Shorter Phyllostachys usually 20 to 30 feet tall.
Great for ornamental privacy screens. Some types are very cold hardy.

Other genera of
Mid-sized Running Bamboo

including Pseudosasa, Chimonobambusa, Arundinaria, Semiarundinaria, etc.

Small Running Bamboo and Groundcover
including Sasa, Shibataea, Indocalamus, Pleioblastus, Sasaella, etc.

Cold-sensitive Clumping Bamboo for mild climates

including Bambusa, Otatea, Himalayacalamus. etc.
other categories:
 Rare and Collectable Bamboo   
Bamboo for Growing Indoors

Summary of Bamboo Related Products (not live plants)

Too many choices? ; ) Confused about what bamboo is best for your needs?  Try Bamboo Selector
 Simply enter your specifications into the program and it will produce a list of bamboos that match.  Each plant name is a link to the corresponding bamboo web page.

(Developed by staff member Casey Balza)


Clumping Bamboo with exciting colors!

Fargesia sp. 'Scabrida' 'Silver Dragon'



Timber Bamboo  (Phyllostachys)   
30 to 70 ft. tall
Mid-sized Bamboo (Phyllostachys)
15 to 30 ft tall
Cold-hardy Clumping Bamboo       
6 to 25 ft. tall
Cold-sensitive Clumping Bamboo
 6 to 50 ft. tall
Other Running Bamboo               
6 to 25 ft. tall
Small Running Bamboo                
1 to 8 ft. tall
Price List,  Ordering/Shipping info.
Planting and Caring for Bamboo
Landscape Use
Hardiness list
Bamboo Screens and Hedges
Bamboo Control Barrier
Bamboo For the Interior
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