Golden Bamboo

Golden Bamboo’ is a prime choice for privacy screening or a bamboo fence. A fast grower in warm climate zones, but less aggressive in colder climates. Provides a thick impenetrable grove when untrimmed.It is widely used for the making bamboo pipes. Its lush foliage makes it a beautiful ornamental tree. It helps in curing ulcers and skin wounds.

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Golden bamboo, one of the most common types, is a medium-sized, fast-spreading plant with finely textured leaves and attractive golden-yellow stems The hollow culms (stems) are initially green, turning yellow when exposed to sunlight. The evergreen, lanceolate leaves may be rough or smooth. Golden bamboo flowers infrequently, perhaps every seven to 12 years. 

It is widely used for the making bamboo pipes. Its lush foliage makes it a beautiful ornamental tree. It helps in curing ulcers and skin wounds.

This evergreen plant is can be used as a hedge or screening plant to provide quick privacy. It can grow up to 20 ft.

 

Cultivation

Grow in fertile, humus-rich, moist but well-drained soil, in full sun or partial shade. Protect from cold drying winds. In a container grow in a loam-based compost and feed with a balanced liquid fertiliser on a monthly basis during the growing season. After flowering prune back hard and feed with balanced fertiliser. May remain clump-forming in poor or dry soils but can become invasive in warm, moist or favourable conditions; see bamboo control and bamboo cultivation

 

Propagation

Propagate by division in spring

 

Suggested planting locations and garden types

Hedging & Screens Architectural Patio & Container Plants

 

Mintenance

Pruning

Remove weak, dead, damaged or spindly stems in spring and thin to show off stems to best effect. Cut out any flowering shoots promptly to discourage more from forming - see bamboo cultivation

Pests

Slugs may damage new shoots

Diseases

 

Generally disease free

Watering and Fertiliser

Follow a regular watering schedule during the first growing season to establish a deep, extensive root system. Watering can be reduced after establishment. A balanced fertilizer needs to be provided to the plant once in every month.


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