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The Green Bamboo, also known by its Latin name of Phyllostachys bissetii, loves to stay fresh, so it is more than likely to brighten up your garden even on the dreariest of days. The exotic evergreen creates a dense screen with its thriving green stems, which can add diversity and texture to your garden. Even better, it is low maintenance too!
Green Bamboo, can however, tend to be invasive. They will survive and thrive in spaces with plenty of room- you can do this by planting in a pot twice the size of the root (and even underground). If placed in a good position, it will grow up to 6m tall, but this will only be reached if the Bamboo is treated well and its planted slightly below ground level (an inch or two), with a dish around the bottom of the canes to collect rainwater.
Green Bamboo usually takes a year or two to fully settle down and begin to establish properly. They must be watered well and fed during alternating Spring times during this period. The plant generally prefers to be placed in a sunny or semi-shady position, and if done so, will grow about 60-90cm per year. Planting in dry soil will slow down their growth rate, so for it to fully develop, plant in moist soil.