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the bamboo is a clumping variety called Bambusa eutuldoides viridi-vittata , Asian lemon bamboo. This variety is a clumper and you do not need to contain it, however, do allow an 8'by 10' area for its ultimate growth. Bamboo does require constant maintenance and you will need to do some research for the specific variety you choose. Once planted, it will become a beautiful focal point and add a stunning tropical accent. Photo Credit: Sherwood Cox

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Zak Rogers wrote:30 October 2015
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    Look for clumping varieties and determine their growth rate. After a few years, you will have to trim back the clump of culms (easier to do with a shovel before wood stalks start to grow.) Don't plant too close to the wall and you should be OK.
hulyay84 wrote:25 October 2015
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      mzhong15 wrote:17 December 2014

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        purpleiris720 added this to Garden steps & walks4 days ago

        Like the large slabs used for walkway and plantings on both ides.

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        I love this ... clean steps and bamboo, shady and intimate

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