After neglecting my Dracaena Sanderiana for a few weeks, I noticed that the leaves turned pale or almost white. After fixing the issue, I thought I should share my results with you.
Most people think that bamboo spreads uncontrollably. That’s not always the case. We have several ways to stop bamboo from spreading. You can eradicate the whole plant, root pruning, installing barriers, and a lot more. Let’s dig deeper into this. Bamboo is one of the most invasive plants on earth. When people think of it […]
Phyllostachys aurea is commonly known as Golden bamboo. It is specifically produced for screening because it presents visual and noise barriers.
There are several plants out there that are confused as bamboo or that act as “bamboo imposters”. Today, we thought we would go over some of the most common bamboo-like plants – just for the fun of it.
We often hear that people say bamboo is so invasive. This doesn’t go for every kind of bamboo though. Learn which bamboo doesn’t spread!
Originating in Sichuan, China, this beautiful bamboo specimen grows best in warm weather, but is one of the few cold hardy running varieties.
Phyllostachys Rubromarginata or the Red Margin Bamboo is a highly sought after, cold tolerant, extremely fast growing, running species.
Phyllostachys Humilis is one of the smallest bamboos in the genus Phyllostachys only growing 7-15 feet tall and a maximum of 1 inch in diameter.
This rare collector bamboo is not generally available for sale. Phyllostachys Aureosulcata has yellow culms (or canes/stocks) that have a green strip and green leaves providing gorgeous contrast.
The Yellow Groove is a great option for cold areas that want a decorative privacy screen. The cane of this bamboo is light green with light yellow stripes and has a rough texture.