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Yesterday’s Planting: Phyllostachys Nigra – Black Bamboo

10/21/2009

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I always get excited about firsts…big or little, I seem to note and remember them.   Every variety of tree or plant I have ever specified, I seem to remember the first time and place where it went.   After that,well, I forget it.  Yesterday I had the opportunity to help a client choose some bamboo.  We settled on Phyllostachys nigra — a first for me.  I have wanted to find an appropriae home for this plant for some time.  When I left London 5 years ago, it was all the rage — literally everywhere.  Of course that trend hasn’t quite made the leap across the pond in full force….yet.  I can’t plant it at my own home, it is simply too cold, but for a client who is down in Boston, where temperatures are considerably milder, it will be happy. 

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  1. I planted Phyllostachys nigra about five years ago in my garden. HAd no idea I was ahead of a curve as far as a “rage” goes. A few stalks are “maturing” and starting to turn black(ish). They’re sort of a dirty gray right now. They don’t grow as vigorous as I think they’d like. The Buffalo winters are a bit of a setback each year for them.

  2. Kate says:

    I love that bamboo! I had no idea it would survive this far north. Now, all I have to do is find a nursery that carries it.

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