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Video featuring our bamboo and nursery. It also promotes a ground level project in which we are engaged.
Here is a before and after picture of a bamboo screen. To see picture of bamboo barrier and installation, click here.
This is a bamboo screen after 1 year of proper care.
|Here is a close-up from the table or pool. In a couple more years of growth they will have the thickness and height to provide complete privacy.|
This was 6 of the 2 gallon Bissetii in Long Island, NY
|Initial planting||One year later|
|This is one of my old houses. Three gallon size plants were planted 5 feet apart along the fence line. This picture is after 4 years.|
|The species is Phyllostachys nigra ‘Henon’ Giant Gray. It makes a great privacy screen and can screen up to 35+ feet high. This house backs up to a main neighborhood entrance with houses on higher ground across the road. After 3 years of growth, privacy was no longer an issue.|
|Below is a beautiful screen made with Phyllostachys Aureosulcata ‘Spectabilis’|
|Before and after pictures of bamboo in Austin, TX|
|This is an example of a mature privacy screen. This screen is over 5 years old and provides complete privacy.|
Below is a Maryland house before and after installation of Giant Gray Bamboo.
This is solely installation of large plants without any years of growth. Next year’s new bamboo growth should bring total privacy with these size plants installed this close to each other.
|Ruscus is a great shrub bamboo that can work well for a low hedge.|
|This is the appearance after the initial planting.||This is how it appears after one year of proper care.|
Giant Moso Bamboo
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The local Fox affiliate visited us in 2007 for news on our company.
We donated bamboo poles for Extreme Makeover Home Edition
We also hosted open house for the American Bamboo Society
You can form bamboo into different shapes during the shooting season. It is a tricky process, but very fun.
We are lucky enough to be able to be a part of some large comercial installations. Here is a Rave Movie Theater in Hurst, Texas.
In 2009, we provide bamboo to Turtle Back Zoo in West Orange, New Jersey for their Gibbons exhibit.
In 2001, we were able to work with the Memphis, TN zoo to help them get bamboo for the expected panda arrival.
Here is our bamboo walkway. If you click on the pictures you can also see some bamboo after an ice storm.
You can click here and see some of the arts, jewelry, and crafts we have made over the years.
There are many species of bamboo and many cold hardy bamboo suitable for any location