Weaver’s Bamboo Dwarf

$64.99

Medium height tropical bamboo with tight clumps. Canes have thin walls which make it popular for weaving.

Scientific Name

Bambusa textilis 'RG Dwarf'

Light Conditions

Sun to Shade

Maximum Height

40 feet

Maximum Diameter

2 inch

Minimum Temperature

18 °F

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Bambusa textillis ‘RG Dwarf’ is a tropical clumping bamboo. It grows up to 18 feet tall, which makes it a great species for a shorter privacy screen. Tropical bamboos like this should only be planted in climate zone 8 and above. Slow form a privacy screen like all clumping bamboo, but for most installations a control barrier is not necessary. The textilis species has very tight clumps which makes it a slow spreader.

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    How Bamboo Grows

    Bamboo grows a little different than most plants. The bamboo that you get initially never grows vertically again. It has babies that are taller, that has babies that are taller. Every generation should be taller that the previous year's shoots. The intriguing aspect is that each year’s growth emerges and grows to it complete height in 60-90 days. They spread as they produce larger growth, filling in and providing a screen.

    This link will help you learn how bamboo grows. It will give you an idea of what kind of growth to expect from your planting. It is a lot of information, but well worth your time. How Bamboo Grows

    Planting


    Planting bamboo is also easy. You want to dig a hole about twice the size of the root ball. When you plant the bamboo amend your soil with composted manure and a good top soil. Bamboo can be planted at ground level or slightly deeper. It is not a picky about it conditions but this will help get it off to a good start.

    More details can be found on our Planting Instruction Page

    Spacing

    One division of bamboo will start a grove or screen over time. However, if you want a privacy screen fast, I recommend planting bamboo 3 to 5 feet apart. This will hopefully allow you to have a good screen in three years. There are a lot of factors such as water, sunlight, and climate zones that speeds up or slows down the process. Three years is about the average on this spacing, closer planting will allow you to screen or develop your grove faster. You cannot over plant bamboo.