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Bambusa eutuldoides 'Basistriata' - Ox-eyed Bamboo

Similar to B. 'eutuldoides viridivittata' but predominantly green rather than yellow. Suitable for a high and dense hedge. Prodigious growth of annual culms.
Will grow to 25' with 1" dia. culms. Min. temp 21F. Min USDA zone: 8b. Click to find your zone.

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Bambusa eutuldoides 'Viridivittata' - Asian Lemon Bamboo

Imported from China where it was highly coveted as an ornamental. Beautiful colors, frost tolerant. New yellow culms have pink and peach tones with green stripes. Established culms are yellow with green stripes. Can be planted in a row on 3' centers and trimmed into a stunning hedge.
Will grow to 25' with 1" dia. culms. Min. temp 21�F.
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Bambusa farinacea *New

Straight green culms . A new, tight clumping bamboo. Imported April/2011 into USDA quarantine and will be available by mid-2014. Will grow to 25' tall, 1" diameter culms in Florida, and is reported to be hardy to 17 degrees F. Min USDA zone: 8b. Click to find your zone.

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Bambusa fecunda *New

From China, this well-traveled clone of Bambusa fecunda was first sent from Taiwan to northern Thailand. It was then sent to the USDA for quarantine, was released in 2018, and is now test growing at Tropical Bamboo Nursery.
Per taxonomist Dieter Ohrnberger, it seems to be similar to Bambusa boniopsis; the latter considered synonymous by the Flora of China. However, Bambusa fecunda has culm sheaths without auricles, or with inconspicuous auricles, whereas in B. boniopsis the auricles are quite large.
We're growing the species adjacent to Bambusa boniopsis to confirm that they are two different species, as expected.
Should grow to 25' tall, 1" diameter culms in Florida
Minimum USDA zone: 9b.
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Bambusa glaucophylla - Malay Dwarf Bamboo (Green)

This is the all-green version of the species (leaves are not variegated). Introduced as 'Taiwan Dwarf', then identified as Bambusa heterostachya. Not as small at maturity as the variegated variety of this species, but still no giant. Grows in a bush-like habit. May grow to 20' with 3/4" dia. culms. Min. temp 25F. Min USDA zone 9b. Click to find your zone.

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Bambusa guangxiensis - Chinese Dwarf Bamboo

Very dense and bushy. Perfect for creating a dense hedge, ideally trimmed up to 8' in height. It can easitly be kept to a lower height by trimming the tops. Untrimmed, it should reach 15'-18' tall. Creates a fantastic hedge to block out the neighbors or unsightly fence! Also works well in containers, as a patio plant. This bamboo has become a high-demand hedge plant in Australia. We expect the same in the sub-tropical areas of the USA.
Its native habitat is lowland valleys of Guangxi province southern China. These are set amongst Karst Mountains with deep gorges.
New import.
Min. temp reports vary, most between 24-28F - it seems to be a true tropical to us and would likely suffer at temps below freezing. Min USDA zone: 9a. Click to find your zone.

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Bambusa lako - Timor Black Bamboo

A beautiful collector's bamboo. Culms emerge green and mature to a shiny black (almost purplish tint). Grows erect and arches at the top. Versatile in the landscape. Can be planted either as a specimen/focal point, in a row along a path/road/stream, or among other tropical foliage. From the Indonesian island of Timor.
Slightly open clumper. 35'-45' tall with up to 3" dia. culms. Min. temp 27�F. Min USDA zone 9b. Click to find your zone.


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Bambusa lako Inversa - Timor Green Bamboo

This bamboo is a natural mutation of Bambusa lako that occurred in our propagation fields. The standard Bambusa lako grows new culms that begin green then transition to black over about a six month period. Small vertical green stripes often remain on the black culms.
In 2015, a single specimen began producing the opposite color pattern - the culms remained green but black vertical stripes were left on most culms. This is an unusual and exciting feature that would stand out in any garden.
We isolated the inverted bamboo and monitored it for two years to ensure that it's unusual characteristic would br stable. Propagation began in 2018 and we're now have 3 gallon and 7 gallon sizes available.
Grows erect and arches at the top. Versatile in the landscape. Can be planted either as a specimen/focal point, in a row along a path/road/stream, or among other tropical foliage. From the Indonesian island of Timor. Slightly open clumper. 35'-45' tall with up to 3" dia. culms. Min. temp 27F. Min USDA zone 9b. Click to find your zone.


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Bambusa malingensis - Maling or Seabreeze Bamboo

The culms are straight and form tight, dense clumps. This is a medium sized bamboo that grows quickly to create a nice screen. Small leaves and thick-walled culms help make it one of the most storm tolerant of the tropical bamboos. Some claim that it's more salt tolerant than most bamboos - it certainly is the best choice if exposed to coastal winds. 35' tall and 2" dia. culms. Min. temp 20�F. Min USDA zone 9a. Click to find your zone.

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Bambusa membranacea var. Striata

A fine-leafed, graceful bamboo that is considered a large landscape ornamental. Striated (vertical cream-colored stripes) culms somewhat arching or weeping at the tops. The new shoots are wrapped in silver-white coated sheaths. Very fast-growing in tropical or sub-tropical conditions. Can reach 50' tall with 4" diameter culms. Min temp, 25 deg F. Min USDA zone: 9a. Click to find your zone.

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Bambusa membranacea var. Variegata *New

Another wild-collected seedling that was discovered in NE Thailand in 2015 by Thoop Nakasan of Nan, Thailand. The species (B.membranacea) was in a flowering cycle in Thailand around 2009-2012 and most of the resultant seedlings have developed true to form. Some rare mutations are being discovered and this is one of the more spectacular.
Imported in 2016. It's now growing in our test field and propagation has begun.
Unlike the 'Waterfall' cultivar, this cultivar grows in the typical, upright form of Bambusa membranacea (but still smaller overall). The leaves are tiny and variegated green with cream-colored stripes.
It should be an ideal focal point in small gardens or feature bamboo in the foreground of large gardens.
So far, it looks to max out at 16' tall with 1/2" diameter culms. We'll update these specs as it continues to develop in the growing conditions of south Florida. Min temp, 25 deg F. Min USDA zone: 9a. Click to find your zone.

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Bambusa membranacea var. Waterfall *New

One of the wild-collected seedlings that was discovered in NE Thailand in 2015 by Thoop Nakasan of Nan, Thailand. The species (B.membranacea) was in a flowering cycle in Thailand around 2009-2012 and most of the resultant seedlings have developed true to form. Some rare mutations are being discovered and this is one of the more spectacular.
We imported it in 2015 and it took nearly three years to clear USDA quarantine. It's now growing in our test field and propagation has begun. The leaves are brilliantly variegated mostly white with thin green stripes. New shoots are purple/pink.
It grows in a bush form with cascading large leaves, never reaching even 1/4 the height of the standard B.membranacea. It should be an ideal focal point in small gardens or feature bamboo in the foreground of large gardens.
So far, it looks to max out at 10' tall with 1/2" diameter culms. We'll update these specs as it continues to develop in the growing conditions of south Florida. Min temp, 25 deg F. Min USDA zone: 9a. Click to find your zone.

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Bambusa multiplex 'Goldstripe'

Culms and branches are green with irregular, longitudinal, gold stripes. Can grow to 25' tall in Florida with 3/4" diameter culms. Minimum temp. 18 degrees F. Min USDA zone 8b. Click to find your zone.

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Bambusa multiplex 'Rosa' *New

This bamboo was discovered in 2012 and wild-collected in Yunnan, China. It was sent to USDA quarantine and has been test-growing at Tropical Bamboo Nursery since 2013.
It grows similar in form and leaf size to B.multiplex 'Stripestem Fernleaf' or B.multiplex 'Riviereorum' however, the culms are mostly varying shades of pink to red. There are not many bamboos that maintain this amount of stable, red culm coloration. This was a rare find that is already being targeted by collectors.
A small bamboo that would work well in a garden of any size or in containers.
***Very limited availability.
Will grow to 5' tall with 1/4" diameter culms. Minimum temp. 18 degrees F. Min USDA zone: 9a, maybe 8b. Click to find your zone.

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Bambusa multiplex 'Striped Young'

Culms are green with irregular, longitudinal, white stripes that disappear as each culm ages. Can grow to 25' tall in Florida with 3/4" diameter culms. Minimum temp. 18 degrees F. Min USDA zone 8b. Click to find your zone.

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