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F&G paisajismo Más

F&G paisajismo Más

Explore KarlGercens.com GARDEN LECTURES' photos on Flickr. KarlGercens.com GARDEN LECTURES has uploaded 150001 photos to Flickr.

Explore KarlGercens.com GARDEN LECTURES' photos on Flickr. KarlGercens.com GARDEN LECTURES has uploaded 150001 photos to Flickr.

http://outdoorareas.blogspot.com.au/2015/03/in-japanese-garden-beautiful-garden.html

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Giant Black Bamboo Phyllostachys nigra Great for by HirtsGardens

Giant Black Bamboo Phyllostachys nigra Great for by HirtsGardens

FAQ about growing and controlling bamboo--lots on info on containers, Fargesia clumping do well in containers in partial shade. Find varieties for zone 5-6

FAQ about growing and controlling bamboo--lots on info on containers, Fargesia clumping do well in containers in partial shade. Find varieties for zone 5-6

Phyllostachys nigra (Black Bamboo). Expected Height: 20 to 35 feet Diameter: 2.25 inches

Phyllostachys nigra (Black Bamboo). Expected Height: 20 to 35 feet Diameter: 2.25 inches

Black clums of Bambusa lako {it's a clumping bamboo and a bit less invasive}

Black clums of Bambusa lako {it's a clumping bamboo and a bit less invasive}

Thyrsostachys siamensis - This is a bamboo that does it all. Highly esteemed for its grace and beauty, it’s construction grade canes are thick walled, straight and strong. Lower nodes often solid. Very compact and vertical with small leaves that create a cloud-like effect. Canes can get to about 40 feet tall in rainy areas, shorter on the leeward sides. Outstanding lumber, edible shoots.

Thyrsostachys siamensis - This is a bamboo that does it all. Highly esteemed for its grace and beauty, it’s construction grade canes are thick walled, straight and strong. Lower nodes often solid. Very compact and vertical with small leaves that create a cloud-like effect. Canes can get to about 40 feet tall in rainy areas, shorter on the leeward sides. Outstanding lumber, edible shoots.

Bamboo Mais

Bamboo Mais

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