Oregon LCB#8491 • 489 NW Creswell Lane, Albany, Oregon • 541-223-8555
Bamboo Grower and Landscape Contractor

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Our Bamboo Varieties

About Us
     The Business

     Dain Sansome, Owner
     Our Bamboo Overview
     Contact Us
About Bamboo
     General Information

     Running bamboos
     Timber bamboo
     Privacy Screens

     Clumping bamboos
Running Bamboos
     Phyllostachys atrovaginata

              (Incense Bamboo)
     Phyllostachys aurea
(Fish Pole or Golden Bamboo)
     Phyllostachys aureosulcata

     Phyllostachys bambusoides
(Japanese Timber Bamboo)
     Phyllostachys bambusoides

     Phyllostachys dulcis
(Sweetshoot Bamboo)
     Phyllostachys edulis
     Phyllostachys heteroclada
(Water Bamboo)
     Phyllostachys nigra
(Black Bamboo)
     Phyllostachys nigra ‘Bory’
(Tiger Bamboo)
     Phyllostachys nigra ‘Henon’
     Phyllostachys vivax
(Chinese Timber Bamboo)
     Qiongzhuea tumidissinoda
(Chinese Walking Stick Bamboo)

Clumping Bamboos
     Fargesia robusta

Services and Projects
     Design and consultation

     Bamboo control service
     Stump grinding

Bamboo FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
     Landscaping with bamboo

     Selecting your bamboos
     Planting, care, and control of
              your bamboos


Driving directions to Bamboo Valley
              in Albany, Oregon

Bamboo control, maintenance and cleanup

  • Jobs are quoted after an on-site inspection
We provide bamboo control and cleaning services, too.  Sometimes bamboos get ignored because you don't have the time or energy to do it yourself.  Maybe you had a weekend go at it and you need to call in the pros!  Whatever the size of the project we can help you out.  We've been doing this as a living for years.  We're also licensed, bonded, and insured for your protection.

Below are some examples of our work before and after

The picture at the left shows a very wild and crowded Phyllostachys bambusoides beside a home. It had a significant amount of runners going all the way into the back yard, approximately 30 feet out of bounds.  There was a barrier installed around the bamboo, but as expected, the bamboo escaped.  Another reason not to bother with barriers.  The picture at the right shows the Phyllostachys bambusoides now under control.  Notice how much cleaner and open the bamboo grove is, but it still retains its screening characteristics.  We also installed a control ditch around the bamboo for easy maintenance of the rhizomes.


Before and after.  Let the light shine in!  Notice the little boy on the steps.
Now the folks can use their stairs again.  Access to it previously was dubious.

Below is a mass of rhizomes pried away from the concrete driveway.  We had to chase them all the way to the back yard, under shrubbery, bricks, around pipes, etc.

Here on another job we trimmed back the bamboo and put a control ditch all around it because the owner did not want the bamboo to go either into her yard or the neighbor's.

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