A visitor to our website asks:
Hi! I've been doing a lot of research on Bamboo and came across your site. First I want to thank you for the information concerning the plants. I think I learned more from your documentation than I have from several other sites combined. That being said. We live on the Eastern Coast of FL and would be interested in what times of year are best to plant the bamboo and in regards to that possibly set the ground work for an appointment to look at the selections you have first hand and ask some questions etc. That's about all I can think of at the moment. Thanks in advance and I look forward to hearing back from you as time allows.
I'm glad you enjoyed our website and look forward to your visit in the near future. Bamboos can be planted all year long but now is an especially good time because the roots have a few months to get established in their new location before summer canes appear. It's the roots that determine the number and size of shoots each year so a well-established root system is important.
The best thing to do is to schedule a visit to our nursery to see our demonstration garden where we have mature specimens of all the bamboos we carry. An in-person visit makes it much easier to decide which bamboo is right for your yard.