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FERNLEAF BAMBOO (Bambusa multiplex ‘Fernleaf ’) is a CLUMPING bamboo whose tiny
ornate leaves are suggestive of fern fronds, making it an outstanding accent plant. Grows to a
height of 20 feet in sun/bright shade. Very limited!
CHINESE GODDESS (Bambusa multiplex ‘Rivieorum’) Very diminutive cultivar of the
CLUMPING Hedge Bamboo. Solid pencil-thin canes only 8 ‘-12’ tall bearing delicate leaves.
Sun/bright shade.
GOLDEN GODDESS (Bambusa multiplex ‘Golden Goddess’) is a medium size version of the
larger hedge bamboo. It attains a mature height of 15’. Excellent visual screen in sun/bright
HEDGE BAMBOO (Bambusa multiplex) is the horticultural standard for visual screening. A
CLUMPING bamboo for sun/bright shade. Grows to height of 30 feet.
STRIPESTEM BAMBOO (Bambusa multiplex ‘Alphonse Karr’) is a beautiful
CLUMPING bamboo whose golden yellow canes bear green pinstripes. Grows to 30 ‘ and
prefers sun/bright shade.
SILVERSTRIPE BAMBOO (Bambusa multiplex ‘Silverstripe’) Similar to hedge bamboo with
one notable exception: Its new spring leaves have an abundance of longitudinal white stripes;
these become less distinct as the growing season progresses. This CLUMPING bamboo grows
to 30 feet and grows best in sun or bright shade.
GRACEFUL BAMBOO (Bambusa textilis ‘gracilis’) is a slightly smaller version of Wong Chuk
Bamboo for use in more limited spaces. Perfectly straight 2” diameter canes to 40’; lower third of
canes devoid of branches. This is one of the cold-hardiest of the giant species. Sun/bright shade.
WONG CHUK (Bambusa textilis ‘Kanapaha’) is an elegant giant CLUMPING bamboo in a
class of its own. Perfectly straight 3” canes to 50’; lower third of canes devoid of braches. This is
the cold-hardiest of the giant species. Sun/bright shade.
BLUE BAMBOO (Bambusa chugii) is a giant CLUMPING bamboo whose canes have a
dense white powder coating that gives them a bluish cast. 40' with 2.5' diameter canes; no leaves
or branches on the lower portions. Sun. Limited quantities.
BUDDHA’S BELLY BAMBOO (Bambusa ventricosa) is a giant CLUMPING bamboo
whose canes are slightly zig-zagged at the base; its crowns bear foliage in such profusion as to
resemble giant green ostrich plumes. Grows to 55 feet with 3” thick-walled canes. Sun.
STRIPESTEM BUDDHA’S BELLY BAMBOO(Bambusa ventricosa ‘Kimmei,’) Is a giant
CLUMPING bamboo like the Buddhas Belly Bamboo , but has yellow canes bearing dark green stripes. 55’ with 3”
canes. Sun. Limited quanities.
SEA BREEZE BAMBOO (Bambusa malingensis) has no accepted common name but makes an
impressive visual screen in sun/bright shade. It is a large CLUMPING bamboo (50 feet or more)
whose canes may attain a diameter of 3 inches. Limited quantities.
GIANT TIMBER BAMBOO (Bambusa oldhamii) is available again in limited quantity.
Canes 4 inches thick and 50+ feet high. May be damaged or killed by temperatures below 20 degrees F so
plant in a sheltered site. Sun/bright shade.
EMERALD BAMBOO (Bambusa textilis 'mutabilis') is 40 feet tall with a blue-white hue on the canes. Cane diameter is 2.3 inches.NANANA



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BLACK BAMBOO (Phyllostachys nigra) is a RUNNING species that is considered by many
to be the world’s most beautiful bamboo. Mature canes are jet black. 20’. Sun/bright shade.
Quantity limited.
WHITE BAMBOO (Phyllostachys nigra var henonis) is a RUNNING species that grows to
around 40’. Canes have a powder white coating. Sun/bright shade.
BEAUTIFUL BAMBOO (Phyllostachys decora) a stately RUNNING bamboo with a cheery bright canes for 30 ft. Sun / bright shade.NA100.00NA

Note: Size (gallon) indicated the capacity of a standard nursery pot into which the rhizome mass ("root ball") would be potted if sold as nursery stock. In fact, all plants are sold bare root with the "root ball" bagged in plastic and approximately 1/2 of each cane clipped.