Planting bamboo in containers is not only a brilliant concept. All those who live in inhabited places where scarce of small space and tenants can also grow bamboo.
Bamboo produced in trendy decorative pots or bowls should look pretty amazing. The variety of sizes, colors, and shapes that suit your bamboo are beyond the limit. Growing in containers enables flexibility to explore the yard, the deck, or the balcony. Since the container itself is an obstacle, there is no need to worry about taking over the yard by bamboo.
Here is the list of some best bamboos you can plant in containers.
Temple Green is a lush, flowing bamboo suitable for garden beds or containers. The green temple bamboos usually rise up to 8 meters in the field. In containers, troughs, or narrow areas, it can grow up to 3-6 meters. It has a very steep development with small branches and an elegant bushy ‘tufting’ pattern for its leaves.
The natural distribution of running bamboo has no restrictions. It is excellent to create groves or woods in farmland or full blocks. Green Temple is the perfect option for incredibly small areas needing screening.
Sinuate bamboo will expand canes up to 10 cm in diameter and up to 4 meters in height. The canes are smaller than the other forms of bamboo. It has a yellow-reddish maroon hue before turning around. It grows yellow and lights green culms and benefits from cutting back during flowering.
Chinese Fountain Bamboo
Chinese fountain bamboo is around 3-4 meters at its most excellent height. It needs a big, healthy container to keep it upright. It’s unique from other varieties since it built like an umbrella. It is effortless to grow the type of bamboo with leaves that only add to the beauty of the plant to iridescent. When it develops together. It produces a vast canopy of long, thin canes with leaves dropping outwards. It would enjoy being fed every month throughout the growing season with a good fertilizer.
Golden Chinese Timber Bamboo
You can plant this bamboo if you’re searching for an enticing slice of sunlight in your backyard. With its vivid golden canes, filled with traces of green lines, the growing cane is up to 8 meters tall and 15 cm long. That’s truly a magnificent bamboo. Which is providing culms scattered with green streaks of different thicknesses. It also enjoys the sunniest area of your yard.
It is necessary to ensure regular trimming and thinning. It requires 10 to 15 years to achieve the most excellent potential height. These are usually very limiting when rising in containers anyway. In the end, you can trim it back and get the size you prefer.
Selecting bamboo for your container is identical to choosing bamboo for your yard. You’ll need to learn how much sunshine or shadow your ideal position can offer. Most significantly, pick a bamboo that’s cold hard enough for your spot.