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Bamboo Plants Sale Cincinnati Ohio, Ky, Indiana

Bamboo Plants Sale Cincinnati Ohio, Ky and Indiana

 

 

Bamboo Plants Sale Cincinnati

Bamboo Plants Sale Cincinnati

Bamboo plants sale Cincinnati Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana! Yes, bamboo grows and thrives in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. I’ve been growing bamboo for 15 years now. Many species of bamboo will grow and thrive in Cincinnati Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana.  Gabelmans Gardens grows and sells 36 different species of cold hardy running bamboo. There is however only one bamboo that grows wild in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. And that species is Arundinaria Gigantea or River Cane. It is the only bamboo native to the United States. Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana are the 3 states where it originated from. What’s crazy about this is that. Arundinaria Gigantea is one of my last bamboo to shoot its new culms. And it’s not like other bamboo. It doesn’t  put out its leaves and branches until the following year. I only have one other bamboo that does this.  That species is Pseudosasa Japonica or Arrow Bamboo. Gabelmans Gardens carries both of these in stock. And ready to be sold along with many other cold hardy running bamboo.

We Guarantee Your Growing Success

Our Bamboo Plants Sale Cincinnati guarantee is.  You will have success growing your new bamboo plants. Or Gabelmans Gardens will replace the plants with new plants. We are so sure of our divisions. That we guarantee our plants for 2 years. That is unheard of in the bamboo business. But we guarantee it. Our Bamboo Plants Sale Cincinnati and is a great place to get your bamboo plants. And a great climate to grow cold hardy running bamboo . Also many cold hardy clumping bamboo as well. We have the best deals around on bamboo plants. For an Instant bamboo privacy screen visit our sale. And we will go the extra mile to answer all the questions you have. Respectfully and to the best of our knowledge. Now I don’t know everything there is to know about growing bamboo. But I know a lot about the bamboo that I grow.  And I’m more than happy to share this information to get you off to a great start. And we won’t make you feel silly for asking a question. If you’d like to set up an appointment just call (859)635-0922 and ask for Jeff. We now offer shipping of small plants and will soon have our specials listed on this page. As well as our Bamboo Plants Sale Cincinnati. We also carry many other landscaping and water plants as well.

It’s Not Too Late Call Today

There’s still plenty of time to get your grove started and Gabelmans Gardens offers it’s bamboo plants sale Cincinnati Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana all year round. yes you heard me right. Gabelmans Gardens sells bamboo plants even in the winter. I have planted bamboo in every month of the year and they are all thriving. Gabelmans Gardens grows 38 different species of bamboo and were still going. So what are you waiting for we can teach you how to grow, fertilize, maintain and contain cold hardy running bamboo. (859)635-0922. Give us a call and come out to check out our Bamboo Plants Sale Cincinnati. Thank You Also check out my new sites http://bamboonky.com/ or http://cincinnatibamboo.com/

by Jeff Gabelman

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Bamboo Plant Sale 3-4 ft.Tall

Bamboo Plant Sale 3-4 ft.Tall


P. Aureosulcata Yellow Groove Bamboo




P. Rubromarginata Bamboo



 

Black Bamboo Trees

Black Bamboo Beauty

Black Bamboo

Black Bamboo

Black Bamboo(Phyllostachys Nigra) has the unique ability to change its color from green to black in a years time. Black bamboo is one of the most sought after bamboo on the market today. Which is why it is one of the most expensive. It’s still a little bit rare in my area. But I have a couple of nice clumps growing well. It is only hardy to 0 degrees f. and may struggle the first few years, so I protected mine for a few years. Now it really seems to be taking off. Which is what I want to see. There are other types of Black Bamboo as well such as Timor Black.  And other clumping black bamboo as well like Gigantochloa Atroviolacia. Black bamboo is the crown jewel of all bamboo.

Clumping Bamboo

Clumping Bamboo

Clumping Bamboo

Clumping bamboo differs from running bamboo, in the sense that it only spreads a few inches in a year.  A running bamboo can spread up to 10 ft.  a year. But in my climate clumping bamboo matures very slow and running very quickly. I’ve had clumpers in the ground for up to 5 years and are still barely 6 ft. tall. A runner would be at least 15 to 20 ft. tall in that amount of time. That’s about the only reason I don’t care much for the clumpers. My feelings may change after a few more years when I finally get to see my clumpers mature, but we’ll see.

Running Bamboo

Running Bamboo

Running Bamboo

A running bamboo is a truly amazing plant. The resilience is absolutely outstanding. I’ve had canes frozen to the ground that stood straight back up with no leaf loss and still as strong as ever. As you may or may not know bamboo gets it’s strength from growing for a few years up to five it’s at its maximum strength. A new cane or culm will break very easily and needs time to harden and gain strength.  That is why a bamboo looks pretty bare the first year of its life, because it only has one set of leaves. It would break with all that weight on it in the first year. The hardiness of some of the runners is unbelievable. -20 degrees f.  That’s pretty hardy I’d say. And every year they come back bigger and stronger than last years bamboo culms. It’s really cool to watch a running bamboo mature. Over the past 15 years I’ve had many different opportunities to do this growing 39 different species of bamboo. I love the runners the best as far as size goes nothing compares in my zone 6. Northern KY is a great place to live and grow bamboo. I push the envelope on what I can get away with growing bamboo that is for zone 7 but with the many bamboos surrounding the area it gets a lot of protection from those cold winter winds. We carry many different species of bamboo for more info call (859)635-0922 and ask for Jeff and also Check out my other blogs.  http://mybamboogrove.com/ or http://insidemygreenhouse.com/ or http://hardybamboo.org/phyllostachys-aureosulcata-aureocaulis/ or http://makemoneygardening.org/water-plants/ or http://sustainmyself.info/or http://mybamboogrove.net/ or http://gardeningmoney.net/about-me-gardener1/ or http://bamboonky.com/

By Jeff Gabelman

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Backyard Privacy Bamboo
Privacy Bamboo

Phyllostachys Aureosulcata 10 pots 1-3 ft tall. Hardy to -15 degrees F.





Phyllostachys Aureosulcata Yellow Groove
Living Privacy Screen

Phyllostachys Aureosulcata or Yellow Groove


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Phyllostachys Rubromarginata
Phyllostachys Rubromarginata

Phyllostachys Rubromarginata


P. Rubromarginata Bamboo




Phyllostachys Aureocaulis
Phyllostachys Aureocaulis

Phyllostachys Aureocaulis


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Pseudosasa Japonica (Arrow Bamboo)
Pseudosasa Japonica

Pseudosasa Japonica


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