Here's the Magic... with as little as 3-4 feet, you get a privacy screen that makes fences, walls, or neighbors disappear.
You can now enjoy a natural living wall with a tropical feel.
Its Feng Shui for your landscape.
Bamboo is a perfect Privacy Screen, but Keeping the world's fastest growing plants from overtaking your yard had always been a problem with previous bamboo varieties.
Most bamboo varieties can get out of control and grow into your yard. Black Bamboo is different. It's well behaved and easy to keep right where you want it. The new shoots start out green and then turn black with age. So you will get a small color show in your garden.
Bamboo is the fastest growing privacy plant you can find, and it takes up very little room in your yard. It can grow as much as 10-12 feet a year! Plant your potted bamboo every 3 or 4 feet for a quick, dense privacy screen.
If you are familiar with bamboo, you’ll know that Black Bamboo is the most demanded variety. Black Bamboo gives you all the admirable qualities of regular bamboo varieties, like its extreme growth rate... but with a unique black color.
Be sure to select a spot that you can allow this perfect specimen to mature naturally for a gorgeous and dramatic display.
Black Bamboo is the most eye-catching as a privacy screen! And no matter where you live, you can enjoy the beauty of Black Bamboo.
It is striking in the landscape, garden or in containers on your patio. It's so adaptable, it even thrives as a house plant.
Black Bamboo has a graceful and lovely natural shape. Beautiful all year long. Plant it where it gets bright, filtered or partial sun... and just sit back to enjoy the beauty.
This rugged, low-maintenance plant quickly adapts to most soil types. Anyone can enjoy growing and admiring this beautiful Black Bamboo in a chemical free yard... it has no known pests or diseases.
We know you are going to be thrilled with the vigor and beauty from the moment your rare new specimen plant arrives. All you need to do is open the box, give the roots a drink and plant it.
We are a huge Black Bamboo grower, and we sell out every year. We recommend you place your order soon while supplies are still available.