Rock Mountain Products is your King County Garden Center and retail nursery, specializing in Bamboo.
Check out our extensive bamboo product line.
Mid-size bamboo with jet black culms and feathery green leaves. Expected height in the Northwest is approximately 20-30 feet, culm diameter <2", hardiness - 5 degrees, likes sun to part sun.View Larger
Variation of the Black Bamboo where black occurs in random patches on light green canes creating a snakeskin look. Bory is much larger and grows more erect than Black Bamboo but retains the fine textured, elegant appearance. Expected height in the Northwest is approximately 15' - 25', culm diameter 3", hardiness 0 degrees F, sun exposure.View Larger
Dwarf Whitestripe Pleioblastus Fortunei - Attractive variegated bamboo. Expected height in the Northwest 2 - 4 ft., part shade/part sun, hardy to 10 degrees FView Larger
Pygmaeus Pleioblastus - One of the smallest bamboos and best for use as a bonsai. Shade to AM sun, expected height in Northwest is approximately 2', Hardy to 10 degree FView Larger
Ramosa Sasaella - Hardy ground cover makes a nice hedge. Expected height in the Northwest 1 - 3 ft., hardy to 0 degrees FView Larger
Beautiful Clumping Bamboo with upright, arching culms and delicate leaves. Expected height in the Northwest is approximately 13'-16', culm diameter >1", hardy to 0 degrees F., part shade to sun.View Larger
Timber bamboo with long internodes, grows tall and erect with branching mostly higher up. Rubro is exceptionally tolerant of cold, dry winds making it a perfect choice for a windbreak. Expected height in the Northwest is approximately 25'-35', culm diameter 3", hardiness -5 degrees F, full sun.View Larger
Mid-size Spectabilis Bamboo is beautifully rare bamboo with bright yellow culms with green stripes and the 'crookstem' attribute. Expected height in the Northwest is 20 - 25 feet, culm diameter approximately 1.5", hardiness - minus 10 degrees F, likes sun to part sun exposure.View Larger