Grasses and Ferns

At Folium and Flos, we’re excited to offer an extensive selection of wholesale plants, featuring both grasses and bamboos, each bringing their unique qualities to enrich diverse landscaping and gardening designs.

Our collection includes a variety of colours, textures, and sizes to fit any aesthetic, from tall and dramatic to low and delicate.

Grasses and Bamboos

Choosing grasses and bamboos from Folium and Flos means you’re selecting plants that not only enhance the visual appeal of your spaces but are also robust and adaptable to various environments. Our expertise in wholesale plant cultivation ensures that you receive healthy, quality plants, ready to thrive and transform your projects into vibrant, living works of art.

What are the best grasses for landscaping?

Ornamental grasses are a popular choice for landscaping due to their unique textures, colours and sizes. Some of the best grasses for landscaping include Miscanthus, Panicum, and Pennisetum. These grasses are low maintenance, drought-tolerant, and can thrive in various soil types.

How do I care for my bamboo plants?

Bamboo plants require moderate to high levels of water, depending on the species and environmental conditions. They also prefer well-draining soil and partial to full sunlight. Fertilization and pruning may also be necessary to maintain their health and growth.

Can bamboo be grown in the UK?

Yes, bamboo can be grown in the UK as there are many species that are hardy enough to tolerate cold and damp conditions. Some popular varieties for UK gardens include Phyllostachys, Fargesia, and Sasa.

How do I control the spread of bamboo?

Bamboo plants can be invasive and may spread quickly if not properly maintained. One method to control their spread is to install a root barrier around the plant, which will prevent the rhizomes from spreading too far. Regular pruning and maintenance can also help to keep the plant under control.

What are the benefits of ornamental grasses?

Ornamental grasses provide a range of benefits to the garden, including adding texture and visual interest, attracting wildlife, and acting as natural erosion control. They are also relatively low maintenance, making them a popular choice for landscapers and homeowners alike.