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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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Bambusa tuldoides - Punting Pole Bamboo

Similar to Bambusa tulda but not as large and more hardy. It produces a large number of thick-walled culms growing in a tight clump. Cut culms traditionally used to push boats in rivers and streams (the non-football definition of "punt" is: to propel a boat by thrusting a pole against the bottom of a river, stream, or lake). Will grow to 45' tall with 2.5" diameter culms in Florida. Minimum temp. 15 degrees F. Min USDA zone: 8b. Click to find your zone.

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Bambusa tuldoides cv 'Swollen Internode' *New

For those who live in southern areas of the USA, but not far south enough to grow the frost-sensitive Bambusa vulgaris Wamin, this may be your solution!
Bambusa vulgaris Wamin (Dwarf Buddha's Belly Bamboo), with its distinctively compressed and swollen internodes, has always tempted growers who experience the occasional freeze each year. Their only option was to grow the more cold-hardy Bambusa ventricosa (Buddha's Belly), which only produces reliable bellied culms under stress.
This new introduction to the USA, collected by us in Hua'an, China in November/2012, will be frost-tolerant AND will produce consistently bellied culms.
As of March/2014, the species has not yet been released to us from USDA quarantine (the 2013 US government shutdown is largely to blame for the release delay).
UPDATE: It was released to us in July/2014 and will be test grown at Tropical Bamboo Nursery for at least a year - availability date will be determined after we initiate propagation. Our best guess for availability is mid to late 2017.
Will grow to around 18' tall with 2.5" diameter culms in Florida. Minimum temp. 15 degrees F. Min USDA zone: 8b. Click to find your zone.




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Bambusa variostriata

Dark green culms with lighter green pinstripes that fade a bit as the culms mature. The new (edible) shoots are especially impressive with swirling yellow stripes on the green base. One of the newer introductions to S. Florida. Originally classified as a Dendrocalamus, it is now a Bambusa. Will grow to at least 45' tall and 4" diameter culms. Minimum temp. 29 deg F. MIn USDA zone: 9b. Click to find your zone.

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Bambusa ventricosa 'Clone X'

Vi;rous large clumper with dark green culms. Extremely thick-walled culms with a slight zigzag and whitish bloom. This cultivar of tuldoides ventricosa has been dubbed Clone X as it grows larger, faster, and never produces swollen internodes. Clump diameter (footprint) can exceed 15' at maturity. 65' tall, 3" diameter culms, Minimum temp 15 degrees F. Min USDA zone: 8b. Click to find your zone.

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Bambusa ventricosa 'Kimmei' - Kimmei Bamboo

Yellow culms with green vertical stripes. Occasional swollen nodes and pink coloration. One of the few tropical bamboos that's ;od in containers. Excellent for bonsai. Graceful foliage at the tops of arching culms. Formerly (and incorrectly) identified as B.tuldoides Kimmei (pronounced Kim-ay) Will grow to 30' with 2" dia. culms (if planted in the ground). Min. temp 27°F. MIn USDA zone: 8b. Click to find your zone.

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Bambusa ventricosa - Buddha's Belly

Becomes a dwarf with swollen internodes when stressed, especially in pots. In the ground it reverts to a giant with zigzag culms and branches. In Florida, this species is rarely stressed and rarely produces bellies. It is always used as a large privacy screen. In drier climates, like SoCal, it is more likely to live up to it's common name, Buddha's Belly. See B.vulgaris Wamin if you want a belly-producing bamboo and you're in Florida. 55' tall, 3" diameter culms, Min temp 15 degrees F. Min USDA zone: 8b. Click to find your zone.

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Bambusa vulgaris 'Vittata Inversa'

Occasionally, a culm will develop in a clump of B.vulgaris Vittata that has inverse color striping. Instead of green stripes on a yellow base, the culms are predominately green with thin yellow stripes. We've isolated a few of these and propagated them into a reliable new, inverse form of B.vulgaris Vittata. Same growth form and dimensions as the standard B.v.Vittata. 50' tall with up to 4" diameter culms. Minimum temp. 27 degrees F. Min USDA zone: 9b. Click to find your zone.

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Bambusa vulgaris 'Vittata' - Golden Hawaiian Bamboo

Very popular and recognizable. The most common ornamental bamboo found in Hawaii. ;lden yellow culms with green vertical stripes that look like drip marks. This species has been in the continental U.S. for more than a decade and propagates relatively easily. Will grow to 50' with 4" dia. culms. Min. temp 27°F. MIn USDA zone: 9b. Click to find your zone.

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Bambusa vulgaris 'Wamin Striata' - Striped Buddha Belly Bamboo

A striated (and more rare) version of the popular Wamin Bamboo. The culms are a pale green color with irregular dark-green vertical stripes. The swollen internodes and overall form is the same as the standard Wamin. 12' - 15' with up to 3" dia. culms. Min. temp 27°F. MIn USDA zone: 9b. Click to find your zone.

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Bambusa vulgaris 'Wamin' - Dwarf Buddha Belly Bamboo

A dwarf bamboo that is perfect by a pond but will fit just about any landscape. Swollen internodes are unusual and are sure to attract your visitors' attention. This bamboo could have been conjured up by Tim Burton or Dr. Seuss. In Florida (and other warm, humid areas) this species is much more reliable and consistent in producing swollen internodes (bellies) than the first species given the name Buddha Belly Bamboo, Bambusa ventricosa (tuldoides).
*If this bamboo is too cold sensitive for your location, we have an exciting new import that may become a good substitute for sub-tropical areas down to USDA zone 8b. Bambusa tuldoides "Swollen Internode' will be available for sale by 2017.
12' - 15' with up to 3" dia. culms. Min. temp 27°F. MIn USDA zone 9b. Click to find your zone

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Bambusa vulgaris - Common Bamboo

Common throughout the tropical world. Open clump, culms spaced a foot or two apart. Grows to at least 65' and 5" dia. culms in Florida. Min USDA zone: 9b. Click to find your zone.

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Cephalostachyum fuchsianum *New

Imported in 2012. Released from USDA quarantine in March/2013. Grows primarily in southern China. The species name and description was first published (Gamble) in 1896. Finally, it's in the USA.
Will be test-grown and propagated for one year, then available in 2014.
Cold-hardiness is unknown at this time, however it will likely suffer in sub-freezing temperatures.
MIn USDA zone: 10. Click to find your zone.

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Cephalostachyum pallidum *New

A 2012 import. Released from USDA quarantine in March/2013. Grows throughout tropical Asia, including SW China, Burma, and India.
Will be test-grown and propagated for one year, then available in 2014.
Cold-hardiness is unknown at this time, however it will likely suffer in sub-freezing temperatures.
MIn USDA zone: 10. Click to find your zone.

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Cephalostachyum pergracile - Tin-Wa Bamboo *New

A rare, new introduction. Culms are straight and erect. Stunningly beautiful and distinctly identifiable new shoots are powder-blue with copper-colored culm sheaths. In Thailand, used as a flavor-adding vessel for cooking sitcky rice. Also used by the Dai people of South China for cooking rice and for tea-brewing vessels. To learn more, follow this link: Tinwa Bamboo
Grows to 30' tall with 2" diameter culms. Min. temp. 29 degrees F. MIn USDA zone: 10. Click to find your zone.
Imported April/2011 into USDA quarantine and was expected to be available after the summer of 2013. After one full year of field testing, it has become obvious that it will be a spectacular but slow-developing bamboo in South Florida. We do not expect availability until mid-2017, at the earliest.





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Cephalostachyum pingbianense *New

Imported in 2012. Released from USDA quarantine in March/2013. Grows primarily in southern China. Not much published info on this species. We will monitor and report on its growth characteristics.
Will be test-grown and propagated. Limited stock available in 2014.
Cold-hardiness is unknown at this time, however it will likely suffer in sub-freezing temperatures.
MIn USDA zone: 10. Click to find your zone.

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