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Bambusa sp. Longinternode *New

From Yunnan, China - this bamboo was imported into USDA quarantine in 2014. As its name indicates, the internodes (the space between the culm nodes) can become longer than that of many bamboos. This makes them useful for crafts and flute-making.
It grows in an erect form up to around 25' tall at maturity.
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Bambusa sp. New Guinea Black *New

A smaller bamboo for gardens. It has very dark green culms that darken to a mottled black color with age. The New Guinea Black is a good alternative to Bambusa Lako, which is sometimes too large for smaller gardens. The form is similar to Bambusa lako but grows to only about 1/2 the mature size.
Note: This is one of our new bamboos that we've imported into USDA quarantine. It was released to us in 2012 and will be available after 2013.

Will grow to 20' with 1" diameter culms in Florida. Minimum temp. 29 degrees F. Min USDA zone: 9a.Click here to find zone

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Bambusa sp. Phu An Eyelashes *New

One of our true novelty bamboos - sure to attract all plant-nerds.
The 'bait' is the incredible eyelashes that appear on each branch. Many bamboos have oral setae (hairs/bristles) that grow on or near the auricles (connecting area of the culm sheath and blade). This bamboo develops exaggerated fans of hairs giving them the appearance of false eyelashes.
Collected in Phu An (Vietnam) Bamboo Village by Dr. Cliff Sussman and sent to USDA quarantine, it was released in 2018 and is now test-growing at Tropical Bamboo Nursery.

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Will grow to around 20' tall. Min USDA zone: 9b.
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Bambusa suberecta - Jesse Durko Bamboo

A beautiful, relatively small-growing ornamental bamboo that has both variegated leaves and striated culms. For years, the identity of this Thai import had us stumped. Recently, I found a grower in Thailand who had it labeled as Arundinaria suberecta. The A.B.S. references that as a common mistake and corrects the species ID as Bambusa suberecta. Will grow to 20'-25' tall with thin 1" dia. culms. Somewhat bushy in form. It remains quite rare in the United States. Min USDA zone: 9b. Click here to find zone

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Bambusa textilis 'Richard Waldron' Ladyfinger Bamboo

This species was originally distributed as a seedling of Bambusa edulis. Although bamboo seedlings do tend to vary significantly from the parent plant, this bamboo has turned out to be anything but a product of B.edulis. After years of field-growing amongst similar looking bamboo species, we've determined it to be a dwarf form of Bambusa textilis. Culm sheath comparison (with B.textilis) has verified this.
A bamboo collector once brought a small bamboo to us to ID. He was calling his little unidentified bamboo 'Bambusa textilis New Dwarf". We planted it in a line of 'Richard Waldron' and, after a full year in our field, every bamboo in that line were identical.
Regardless of its name, the plant is a charming little bamboo. It is a small, delicate fountain of wispy canes and tiny leaves. It was originally named (common name) to honor the late Richard Waldron. We're keeping his name on our inventory. Some people have been calling it 'Ladyfinger Bamboo' so we'll include that too on our tags.
Will grow to 10' with 1/4" diameter culms in Florida. Minimum temp. 21 degrees F. Min USDA zone: 9a. Click here to find zone

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Bambusa textilis albostriata

Also called B.textilis albo-lineata. Random white vertical stripes on culms. The stripes become more distinct as the bamboo matures. Typical textilis growth habit and appearance but with the added bonus of the white pin-stripes.
About 20' - 30' tall with 1" dia. culms. Min. temp 15F Min USDA zone: 8b. Click here to find zone

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Bambusa textilis Dwarf Graceful Bamboo (RG) *New

The smallest of the Bambusa textilis species. Leaves are narrow and downward facing. This cultivar was first located at Rockledge Gardens in central Florida. This species looks fantastic cut as hedge or perfect for privacy under powerlines. 3' on center is recommended for a dense privacy screen. 15' - 20' with up to 1" dia. culms. Min. temp 15F. Min USDA zone 8b. Click here to find zone

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Bambusa textilis Fasca

Very similar to B.textilis mutabilis. Erect, thin-walled bamboo with persistent white powdery bloom at the nodes. Long internodes, small leaves, and graceful foliage. One of many cultivars of Bambusa textilis. 35' tall and 2" dia. culms. Min. temp 20F. Min USDA zone: 8b. Click here to find zone

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Bambusa textilis glabra - Silk Bamboo

This bamboo has been somewhat overlooked because of the popularity of Gracilis. Certainly attractive and distinctive, it will gain its own notoriety with each planted specimen. Random bluish-white bloom on culms. About 25' - 30' tall with 1" dia. culms. Min. temp 15F. Min USDA zone: 8b. Click here to find zone

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Bambusa textilis gracilis - Graceful Bamboo

A beautiful all-green bamboo that's often planted in a row to create a privacy hedge or screen. Also makes a delicate focal point in the garden when planted as a single specimen. Foliage cascades gracefully with leaf tips pointing downward. This would be the ideal bamboo to plant as a screen in similar applications as Areca palms or ficus are used. For this type of application, they are planted in a row 3 to 5 feet apart. Spacing depends on how dense and how quickly you need your hedge. About 23' - 27' tall with about 1" dia. culms. Min. temp 15F. Min USDA zone: 8b.
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Bambusa textilis Maculata

One of the smaller varieties of textilis that develops a mottled or spotted pattern on the culms. The name maculata is derived from the Latin word maculatus, meaning "spotted".
Delicate in appearance - very tight in form but thin culms arch when heavy after rain. 20 - 25' with 1" diameter culms at maturity.
Like all of the textilis varieties, it is cold hardy to the high teens F.
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Bambusa textilis Mutabilis - Emerald Bamboo

Erect, thin-walled bamboo with persistent white powdery bloom at the nodes. Long internodes, small leaves, and graceful foliage. Very delicate - classic Asian appearance. A cultivar of Bambusa textilis. 30'-37' tall and 1.5" dia. culms. Min. temp 20F.
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Bambusa textilis purpurescens - Purple Textilis Bamboo *New

A distinct variety of Bambusa textilis that develops purple/black culms.
The culms darken over a much longer period than Bambusa lako or Gigantochloa atroviolacea. Each new shoot takes up to a year after culm development to complete the darkening process. Sunlight, even filtered sunlight, is important to develop the dark culms. Any culms that are fully shaded will remain green.

Since 2012, we've made seven attempts to import this bamboo, each time the propagules not surviving the import process. Finally, in 2016, another attempt succeeded. Two offsets were collected at South China Botanic Garden and sent to USDA quarantine. These were cleared and released in 2018. They're now growing in our test field and propagation began in 2020.

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About 25' - 30' tall with about 1 1/2" dia. culms. Min. temp 15F. Min USDA zone: 8b.
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Bambusa textilis Scranton

Distinct appearance. This textilis variety has very short branches giving it a unique feature on an otherwise standard form. From a variety originaly introduced by Dr. Steve Scranton (Florida). Fantastic landscape bamboo. Will grow to 35' tall with 2" diameter culms in Florida. Minimum temp., 15 degrees F. Min USDA zone: 8b. Click here to find zone

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Bambusa textilis Vietnam

This Vietnamese import is similar to Bambusa textilis gracilis (Graceful Bamboo) but matures somewhat fuller, overall.
Ideally planted 3' - 5' apart, in a row, to create a privacy hedge. It can be trimmed as a hedge or left to grow naturally.
About 20' - 30' tall with 1" dia. culms.
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