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I have some clumping dwarf bamboo on the boundary between our property and that of a neighbour. There is a retaining wall, about 500mm, and the clumping dwarf bamboo is about 300mm away from the retaining wall. The neighbour claims it will spread. This has caused a major uproar to say the least.

Is he correct that my clumping dwarf bamboo will spread into his property?

Regards
Cilla

  • Priscilla Ferguson asked 7 months ago
  • last edited 7 months ago
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Hi Priscilla,

Clumping bamboo is the type of bamboo you want to have in a small garden. It is non- invasive. It grows in a clump rather than sending out horizontal rhizomes. It grows more like a tussock. You will need to thin out the old shoots every few years. It is very easy to manage so it shouldn’t cause a problem for your neighbour.

The Palmers Team

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