6/9/16

Discounted Prices on Select Bamboos

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Our goal is to help you complete your project within your budget. Tell us your plans and we will do our best to help you find a beautiful as well as affordable solution to your landscaping needs. Call Jennifer, Donna, Ryan or Drew at 352-429-2425

On Sale Now

Seabreeze Mid-size Timber Clumping Bamboo

3-Gal Size Regularly $55

NOW $45


SEABREEZE MIDSIZE TIMBER BAMBOO    Bambusa malingensis 
Can grow 35-55 feet with 2½" diameter canes. Very Hardy.
A favorite here at Beautiful Bamboo. The canes have a distinctive blue-white blush at each culm section. Because Seabreeze produces more large new shoots each year than most other bamboos it is an excellent choice for hedgerows or to hide objectionable structures. Seabreeze forms a graceful umbrella-shaped arch when mature and has an open growing pattern with few lower branches so you can admire the beautiful canes. Like Giant Timber and other large-caned bamboos, Seabreeze's mid-sized canes also make wonderful "bamboo noises" when the wind is blowing.


New shoots emerging


Young Seabreeze shoots taste good too!



Sale!
RUNNING BAMBOOS
PRICES REDUCED

Click for New Lower Prices on Running Bamboos

Also!
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Pictured below are a few of the many Running Bamboos available for pickup, delivery or shipped directly to your location 

Green Hedge Bamboo (S. fastuosa viridis)
Can grow to 25' to 35' with 1.5" diameter canes


Green-Gold Vivax Timber Bamboo (Phyllostachys vivax aureocaulis)
Can grow to 70' with 5" diameter canes


Tootsik (Sinobambusa Tootsik 'Albostriata')
Can grow to 30' with 1.5" diameter canes

Golden Bamboo (Phyllostachys aurea)
Can grow to 27' with 1.75" diameter canes


Vivax Timber Bamboo (Phyllostachys vivax)
Can grow to 70' with 5" diameter canes


Madake Japanese Timber Bamboo (Phyllostachys bambusoides Madake)
Can grow to 70' with 6" diameter canes


Red Bamboo (Semiarundinaria fastuosa)
Can grow to 30' with 1.5" diameter canes


 

16 comments:

  1. WOW! So amazing and beautiful! Want to see them for myself.

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  2. Glad I found you guys. I need to come out and get some!

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  3. Very cool. Gotta get me some boo this month.

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  4. The visit to your nursery was incredible... great view of the beautiful bamboo and many options for my home! Thank you for the tour.

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    1. So glad you enjoyed your visit and thank you for posting a comment! let us know if we can be of additional help. -sherry

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  5. i am on two wooded acres and back to a major highway in nj i am looking for a fast growing bamboo how long would this take to grow 12 feet high and how fast and far does it spread.

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    1. You can have 12 tall running bamboo plants in just one year but having them fill in to make a solid wall will take longer, about 3 years if planted 6 to 8 feet apart. To create a solid wall of running bamboo sooner, plant the individual plants closer together. Unlike clumping bamboo, which should not be planted closer than 4 feet apart, running bamboos can be planted as close together as you like. If plants are set in the ground 1 to 2 feet apart, you can create an almost immediate screen from the highway that will only get thicker and taller over time.

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  6. Oh! nice post on bamboo. Thanks for share this with us.
    wholesale nursery

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  7. what is the bamboo that grows quickly in a matter of days? how and when should I make appt to come visit, are you available this coming weekend?

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    1. Nana,
      Most of the bamboo will grow very quickly during the growing season. This is typically from the end of April, beginning of May all the way to November. This will change depending on the variety and weather.
      We will be happy to show you different varieties and talk about the growing patterns on Saturday. We are open from 8-4 Monday-Saturday. We will be closed New Year's Day and Sunday. Please give us a call at (352)429-2425 if you would like to set up a specific time.

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  8. Excellent stuff from you. I’ve read your things before and you are just too awesome. I adore what you have got right here. You make it entertaining and you still manage to keep it smart.This is truly a great blog thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thank you, Jennifer, for your kind comments. We try hard to provide information in an easy-to-understand way. There is so much to learn about bamboo - it is different from other plants in many ways - and it's always good to know our efforts are appreaciated. :)

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  9. Question: Does the red bamboo stay red once cut and dried?

    Enjoying your site!

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    2. Hi Joni - so glad you're enjoying our site! The red bamboo turns a dark red during cool weather. Here in Central Florida where it doesn't get very cold, the red is paler than it would be in colder parts of the country. Unfortunately, once cut, the red color will fade as the canes dry unless you coat the canes with a wood preservative to lock the color in. The only bamboo that will hold its color when dry is black bamboo.

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