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Besides bamboo, you can also find bonsai at Jade Mountain.

Recently we have added bamboo bonsai to our regular bonsai collection of Japanese maples, pine, and other hardwood species.

We also carry bonsai pots and tools.

Musa Basjoo

This banana plant (Musa basjoo) is rated hardy to -20F. Musa basjoo will reach 20 - 25 feet in the Pacific NW.

Phyllostachys vivax Aureocaulis

This is one of our favorite bamboos. Its buttery yellow culms and random green stripes give it an exotic look. Still somewhat rare, this cultivar will grow just as tall as the straight green vivax, between 40 and 55 feet.

Statuary, bells, Buddha among ornamental grasses

Jade Mountain Bamboo also has statuary, Japanese Garden bells and pottery imported from China and Vietnam.

Phyllostachys aureosulcata 'Harbin Inversa'

Phyllostachys aureosulcata 'Harbin Inversa' is another one of our new cultivars and is available for sale. It is a fast-growing ornamental bamboo having yellow culms with fine green striping. It has a beautiful orange/crimson highlight when first shooting and grown in full sun. Hardy to at least -10F.

Phyllostachys Vivax

Phyllostachys vivax is a true timber bamboo grown here in the Pacific Northwest with culms approaching 50 feet and 5 inch diameter. We usually have an good supply on hand for sale in all sizes.

Pleioblastus Viridistriatus

Pleioblastus viridistriatus or 'Dwarf Green Stripe' is an excellnet 'bush' bamboo rarely reaching more than 3 feet in height. The leaves are bright yellow with random avacodo green stripes. Very hardy.