Bamboo Removal

Bamboo Removal

Bamboo Removal

Bamboo removal is no easy task and the more I remove the older I get. However, as I remove the bamboo I learn its many ways of growing and spreading. It’s really an amazing plant and I couldn’t be happier with the way it grows. Anyway the best possible way of removing bamboo is by digging it up and if you’re not in a hurry you can then wait for the new shoots to come up and then you know where the rest of the rhizomes are. I have used this method many times with great success. It works because after you dig the bulk of the plants out the rest will shoot its survival shoots and show you right where they are. Then it’s easy just pop them out the ground easily. All bamboo can be removed like this. Of course there are other methods of bamboo removal but in my opinion this is the best way.

Bamboo Removal Gabelman’s Gardens

Bamboo Removal Gabelman’s Gardens offers a removal service for a very reasonable price. We work fast and we work hard I usually have 3 employees digging at once and we remove it fast. We can usually get a full trailer load in about  1 1/2 hours. And can usually remove most groves in a couple of weekends. We are not responsible for back filling the holes however, that is your responsibility. We just remove your bamboo and we keep all of the plants we dig.  For further info about bamboo removal call (859)635-0922 or (859)242-1602 and ask for Jeff. We can take care of any bamboo removal jobs large or small. No job too big or too small. We are however, on a scheduled basis with bamboo removal because our response is overwhelming. So please be patient with us as we help others who have been scheduled already usually we are about 1 to 2 weeks from being available for this service.

Bamboo Removal The Long Method

There are other ways to remove bamboo but this method may take many years to accomplish. If you cut bamboo all to the ground and mow the area several times a year. In a couple of years you will have depleted the grove of all its energy and it will eventually die. Just be prepared for a few years of work on this method. Just make sure you never let the bamboo put up shoots with leaves and branches. That is what feeds the grove and keeps it growing. Make sure you cut it low enough to cut your grass and mow as normal.

Gabelman’s Gardens is not responsible for any damage done removing the bamboo. It is the customer’s responsibility to find underground power lines or water pipes of any kind. Gabelman’s Gardens will not take responsibility for any plants or trees damaged in the removal process. Furthermore Gabelman’s Gardens will not take responsibility for any damage done to foundations or houses where the bamboo has grown up against the house. When you plant bamboo it becomes your responsibility to take care of it and keep it on your own property. If you buy bamboo from Gabelman’s Gardens it is your responsibility unless you pay Gabelman’s Gardens to maintain it for you. Check out our newest store

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By Jeff Gabelman