The following range of Bamboos are grown in 2 litre, 5 litre, 10litre, 20 litre and 45 litre pots depending on variety.
Arundinaria auricoma
Very hardy species with bright yellow and green striped leaves, which vary in size from 10-20cm long and 1-4cm wide. Grows to form clumps of purple/green canes 1 to 2 m high.
Arundinaria fortunei
Small variegated bamboo with leaves of 5-20cm long and 1-2.5 cm wide which are striped white and dark green. Forms low tufts of erect 'zig-zag' pale green canes.


Arundinaria humilis
A rampant spreading species which forms low thickets of 60 to 120cm tall. The leaves are 5 to 20 cm long and slightly downy on their undersides, they are borne on slender dark green canes. This is an ideal subject for covering banks or for under trees.
Arundinaria japonica
Syn. Pseudosasa japonica
Arundinaria murielae
This elegant Chinese bamboo forms arching clumps 2.5 to 3.5 m tall and is one of the best in cultivation. The bright green canes mature to a dull yellow-green, the bright pea green leaves are 6-10cm long & 1-2cm wide


Arundinaria murielae Simba
A shorter growing form of Arundinaria murielae.
Arundinaria murielae Jumbo
Arundinaria nitida
This beautiful clump forming species is similar to Arundinaria murielae but differs in its cane colour which is flushed purple and its narrower leaves. It forms 3 to 3.5m tall clumps which arch at the top, forming an elegant specimen.


Arundinaria nitida Wakehurst
Arundinaria pumila
Very hardy dwarf species with dark green leaves, which vary in size from 5-18cm long and 1-2cm wide. Creeping habit forms a carpet of dull purple canes 30 to 80 cm high.


Arundinaria pygmaea
A dwarf spreading species, produces a carpet of slender stems only 25cm tall, slightly more in shade. Green leaves of up to 13cm long by1-2cm wide, makes good ground cover.


Arundinaria Ragamowskii
syn. Indocalamus tesselatus
Arundinaria simonii
A vigorous upright species with olive green canes growing to 4m. which have a white bloom. Luxuriant leaves from 8-30 cm long and 1-3 cm wide. Forms dense clumps and is useful as a hedge or screen.
Arundinaria vagans
syn. Sasa ramosa
Arundinaria variegata
syn. Arundinaria fortunei
Arundinaria viridi-striata
syn. Arundinaria auricoma
Bambusa metakae
syn. Pseudosasa japonica
Indocalamus tesselatus
Remarkable Chinese species with leaves amongst the largest of all bamboos, up to 60cm long and 5-10cm wide. Slender bright green canes of up to 2m tall produce thickets which arch under the weight of the foliage
Phyllostachys aurea
A very graceful and hardy Chinese species with canes which are bright green at first, maturing to creamy yellow. Green leaves are 7-15cm long by 1-2cm wide, canes form large clumps 2.5 to 3.5m tall. Characteristic zig-zag of stems and branching at nodes


Phyllostachys aureosulcata Aureocaulis
The "Yellow Stem Bamboo" is a very hardy and striking species with bright banana yellow canes (greenish when new, can turn orangey in sun) which can grow to 9m in height. Green glossy leaves 5-12cm long, makes dense clumps.
Phyllostachys aureosulcata Spectabilis
The "Yellow Stem Bamboo" is a very hardy and striking species with bright banana yellow canes (greenish when new, can turn orangey in sun) which can grow to 9m in height. Green glossy leaves 5-12cm long, makes dense clumps.
Phyllostachys bambusoides Castillonis
A most striking bamboo with thick canes of rich golden yellow with green internodal grooves. Medium sized glossy green leaves.
Phyllostachys nigra
The "Black Bamboo" forms beautiful clumps of graceful arching habit. The 2.5-3.5m canes which are green at first become mottled black in the second year and eventually jet black if grown in a sunny position. Leaves are 5-12 cm long and almost as wide.


Phyllostachys viridiglaucescens
Extremely hardy, graceful, clump forming species with canes up to 4-6m tall, these are green at first becoming a duller yellow-green. Brilliant green leaves are 7.5 to 15 cm long and 1-2cm wide and glaucous on the underside.


Phyllostachys vivax 'Aureocaulis'
A very attractive large growing species with very thick canes which are rich yellow with random green vertical patches & stripes with pink and apricot tones at the nodes. Green leaves are 10-15cm long by 1-2cm wide, canes form large clumps up to 9m tall. 


Pleioblastus humilis
syn. Arundinaria humilis
Pleioblastus pumilus
syn. Arundinaria pumila
Pleioblastus pygmaeus
syn. Arundinaria pygmaea
Pleioblastus viridi-striatus
syn. Arundinaria auricoma
Pseudosasa japonica
This is a very hardy and adaptable Japanese bamboo which forms dense green thickets of olive green canes, usually 3-4.5m tall arching towards the top. Its leaves are relatively large (20-30cm long, 2-5cm wide) glossy dark green with a greyish underside.


Sasa palmata Nebulosa
This rampant species forms large thickets of bright green, purple blotched, canes 2-2.5m tall. The large leaves are up to 35cm long and 9cm wide.


Sasa tesselata
Syn. Indocalamus tesselatus
Sasa tsuboniana
This species forms dense thickets of slender bright green canes up to 1-1.5m tall. Has typical sasa broad leaves - good for ground cover.
Sasa veitchii
A small dense Japanese species which forms thickets of 2-4ft deep purplish green canes. The leaves, 10-25cm long by 2-6 cm wide, become characteristically pale whitish along the margins in autumn, creating an interesting variegated effect through winter.


Shibataea kumasasa
Hardy dwarf species, thin pale green canes become yellow-brown and zig-zagging up to75cm tall. Dark green leaves later become yellow-green, grows well in difficult and exposed positions


Sinarundinaria nitida
syn. Arundinaria nitida
Thamnocalamus spathaceus
syn. Arundinaria murielae