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BAMBOO - TROPICAL LIST

This section lists the tropical bamboo plant varieties we have in production. They are all tropical, or sub-tropical, clumping bamboos and are generally not cold-hardy like the temperate, running bamboos. Some, the sub-tropicals, can tolerate freezing temperatures for short periods. Check the minimum temperatures listed on each species description as a guideline for which species can grow unprotected in your area.
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Thyrsostachys siamensis - Monastery Bamboo (d-Thai) *New

A new cultivar from Thai seed stock (2009). This one will take a few years before we know which seedlings will be most vigorous and also what overall form/appearance they will reveal.
Min USDA zone: 9b. Click to find your zone.




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Bamboo Plant Container Size and Price List
1 gal 3 gal 7 gal 15 gal 25 gal 45 gal 65 gal Field Grown
N/A $55.00 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Thyrsostachys siamensis - Sweetshoot Monastery Bamboo *New

A rare discovery in NE Thailand. This cultivar looks identical to the standard T.siamensis that grows throughout SE Asia. What distinguishes it from all others is that the shoots are edible, and delicious, RAW. This is significant as most bamboo shoots must be boiled to remove bitterness - especially shoots of T.siamensis which are notoriously bitter. I was brought to the bamboo and a new shoot was kicked over and handed to me to try. Sure enough, no bitterness!
It was sent to USDA quarantine in September 2015 where it spent three years, finally being released in September 2018. This bamboo spent more time in quarantine that any other we've introduced. It was repeatedly tested for viruses and phytoplasmas until ultimately being determined to be clear of any pathogen.
Min. temp 25°F.
Min USDA zone: 9b. Click to find your zone.




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Bamboo Plant Container Size and Price List
1 gal 3 gal 7 gal 15 gal 25 gal 45 gal 65 gal Field Grown
N/A $500.00 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Thyrsostachys siamensis striata - Striped Monastery Bamboo *New

Another rare discovery in NE Thailand. This cultivar looks identical in form to the standard T.siamensis that grows throughout SE Asia, however, the culms are yellow/gold with green vertical stripes.
Finding a clone of this species with striated culms is the product of the relentlessness of Thoop Nakasen, in Thailand.
It was sent to USDA quarantine and released in September 2018.
Min. temp 25°F.
Min USDA zone: 9b. Click to find your zone.




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Bamboo Plant Container Size and Price List
1 gal 3 gal 7 gal 15 gal 25 gal 45 gal 65 gal Field Grown
N/A $100.00 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
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