Bunga: Really tall grass, or super skinny trees.

Anga: It's bamboo.

Bunga and Anga, Ghost of the Mountain

Bamboo is a plant seen in The Lion Guard.


This plant is a tall grass and is the only part of giant pandas' and a large part of red pandas' diets.


Ghost of the Mountain

The Lion Guard is the next landmark on the route to the Tree of Life: A cluster of bamboo. Then the Lion Guard meets a group of red pandas living in a clearing in what's called the Bamboo Forest. Being the good Samaritans they are, the Lion Guard agrees to help get a ghost out of their old home.

The Lake of Reflection

Bamboo appear in Bamboo Woods at the Tree of Life. When Heng Heng the giant panda and Kely the gentle lemur are aruging to eat their bamboo.

Vegetation in The Lion Guard
Trees, Flowers & Bushes
Acacia TreesAgaveAlgaesAmaryllisesAsparagus FernBambooBaobab TreesBellflowersBlue Glory VinesBromeliadsBrunnerasBunnytailsCalibrachoasCalla LiliesCattailsChamomilesCelosiaCherry BellsCherry TreesChristmas TreeCorncocklesDaisiesDate PalmDayliliesDoum PalmFever TreesFir TreesFountain GrassFoxglovesFrangipanisGhandaGiant GroundselsGloriosa SuperbaHeliconiaHollyIrisesIroko TreeIvyKelpsKigelia TreesKuponaLavendersMagnoliasMangrove TreesMistletoeMushroomsNarra TreesOrchidsPalm TreesPeppermintPolyporesPonya FlowersPrimrosesPrimula Blue ZebrasRed LiliesReedsRubber TreesSeagrassSeaweedsStar LiliesTamboa PlantThistlesThorn BushesTiger LilliesTransvaal DaisiesTree WellTulipsTulizaVinesVioletsWater LiliesWeeping WillowsYellow JessaminesYuccas
Fruit, Vegetables & Nuts
African Star ApplesAuberginesAcornsBananasBaobabsBetel NutsBoxthorn BerriesCharentais MelonsCoconutsCoffee CherriesCubeb PeppersEmerald Gem MelonsFigsGourdsGranadillasGrapesHazelnutsHorned MelonsJackalberriesLimesMangoesMiracle BerriesMongongo NutsMonstera DeliciosaOlivesOrangesPearsPineapplesPlumsRed Delicious ApplesSausage FruitsShea NutsStar FruitsSunflower SeedsTikiti MelonsTomatoesTigger Melons
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