Clumping Bamboo

Clumping bamboo has a very short rhizomatous root structure and won’t horizontally expand more than a few inches a year causing it to form discrete clumps. The clumps may require anywhere from 2-10 feet or more of space in order to reach their mature height, depending on species. Except for species of the genus Fargesia, the clumpers tend to be less cold-hardy than runners. As opposed to running types, clumping bamboos do not require much control.

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Fargesia denudata

Fargesia denudata

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Fargesia nitida 'Nanping'

Fargesia nitida 'Nanping'

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Fargesia robusta 'Campbell'

Fargesia robusta 'Campbell'

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Fargesia sp. 'Rufa'

Fargesia sp. 'Rufa'

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