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Gigantochloa felix *New

A medium-sized bamboo, grown primarily as an ornamental. Leaf sheath initially pubescent; glabrous in age. Inflorescence on leafless branches. Culm leaves (sheaths) are distinctly mottled in a snakeskin pattern.
This imperfectly understood species is known only from its type gathering. It may represent one of many little-known, cultivated Gigantochloa species of Southern Yunnan, or it may perhaps have become extinct in the wild.
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Gigantochloa kuring 'Rachel Carson' *New

Straight culms that arch outward in typical Gigantochloa form with large leaves. New culms are striated beautifully cream/pink, then the striations fade to white. The culm sheaths also start as bright pink, then fade before they drop off. This color transition is a beautiful bonus to enjoy on every new shoot. Originally collected in Sumatra by Austrailian Len Muller. A new introduction to our nursery (and the continental U.S.). This species is developing into a relatively small bamboo and looks to mature at less than 25'. Min USDA zone: 9b. Click to find your zone.

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Gigantochloa kuring 'Sumatra'

Similar to G.kuring Rachel Carson but a bit more vigorous and larger overall. This version was also the first of the two in Florida. Lavender stripes on the new culms. When mature, the stripes fade and some of the culms can turn a burnt orange color. Erect and symetrical. Can make a wonderful landscape statement. 30' with 1.5" culms in Florida. Min. temp 28F. Min USDA zone: 9b. Click to find your zone.

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Gigantochloa levis *New

Young culms densely covered with brown or white tomenta, turning whitish gray when full grown. Edible shoots.
We expect to have availability in 2014.
About 40' tall with 3" dia. culms. Minimum temp. 29 degrees F. Min USDA zone: 9a. Click to find your zone.

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Gigantochloa ligulata *New

From Thailand (South) and Malaysia (North). Found in open evergreen forest, disturbed lowland forest, scrub and wasteland. Normally at low elevations up to 1800'.
Imported through USDA quarantine in 2012, released to us in 2013.
About 30' tall with 2" dia. culms. Minimum temp. 29 degrees F. Min USDA zone: 9a. Click to find your zone.

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Gigantochloa ligulata - White Culm *New

Collected in Thailand, this striking bamboo cleared USDA quarantine in 2018. Typical overall form for the species, the notable feature is that it has nearly white culms. Thin green, irregular pinstripes remain on the culms but, white is dominant.
Test growing at Tropical Bamboo Nursery.
Availability possible by late 2020 but more likely in early 2021.
Grows to about 25' tall with 1.5" dia. culms. Minimum temp. 29 degrees F. Min USDA zone: 9a. Click to find your zone.

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Gigantochloa luteostriata (4447)

Similar, but grows slightly larger than G.luteostriata 4776. Variegated leaves and a fountain shaped form make it a nice focal point in smaller gardens. The two varieties of G.luteostriata (4776 & 4447) were identified by Dr. Elizabeth Widjaja in Java, Indonesia.
Will grow to about 18' tall with 3/4" diameter culms in Florida. Min USDA zone: 9b. Click to find your zone.

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Gigantochloa manggong *New

One of the endemic bamboo species of Java, Indonesia. Found in the secondary tropical forest of Meru Betiri National Park, East Java, Indonesia. Large leaves with naturally branchless lower culms. Grows in a fountain shape that's typical of many species of Gigantochloa.
About 30' tall at maturity with 2 dia. culms. Minimum temp. 29 degrees F. Min USDA zone: 9a. Click to find your zone.

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Gigantochloa marga - Tiger Stripe Bamboo *New

This Indonesian ornamental was originally numbered G-4761. It is a medium-sized ornamental with an interesting striping pattern on the culm sheaths. Sometimes called Tiger Stripe Bamboo. The culms are green with cream-colored vertical pinstripes. Leaves are fairly narrow for a Gigantochloa. Should grow to 30' tall. Min USDA zone: 9b. Click to find your zone.

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Gigantochloa pseudoarundinacea - Maxima Bamboo

Formerly G.verticillata. This is a must-have for collectors of large bamboos. Breathtaking variegation on massive culms and sheaths. It is a tight clumper and is generally branchless at the base. Will grow to at least 60' tall with 5" diameter culms in Florida. Min. temp 28F. Min USDA zone: 9b. Click to find your zone.

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Gigantochloa pseudoarundinacea var. minor

Culms highly variegated with cream colored stripes. This smaller variety of G.pseudoarundinacia was erroneously referred to as G.maxima in Florida (no logical explanation - Maxima is a synonym for the LARGE variety). Correctly identitified by Dr. Elizabeth Widjaja in 2003. This variety grows to 45' tall. Minimum temperature 28 degrees F. Min USDA zone: 9b. Click to find your zone.

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Gigantochloa robusta *New

A giant bamboo with large leaves and culms that are striated cream/green. Similar in appearance and form to Gigantochloa pseudoarundinacea. The main difference between these two species is that the culms of G.robusta are smooth and glossy.
Will grow to about 50' tall with 4" dia. culms in South Florida. Minimum temp. 29 degrees F. Min USDA zone: 9a.
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Gigantochloa robusta - Golden Robusta *New

This variety of G.robusta differs in that the culms that are striated GOLD/green, rather than cream/green. Side by side, the difference in culm color is distinct.
Imported into USDA quarantine in 2016 and released to us in early 2018.
As of late 2019, this bamboo has not thrived in our test field. It is regressing and will likely not survive.
Will grow to about 45' tall with 3" dia. culms in South Florida. Minimum temp. 29 degrees F. Min USDA zone: 9a.
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Gigantochloa sp. Sarawak *New

A new introduction from the Malaysian state of Sarawak on the island of Borneo.
It grows in the classic fountain form typical of Gigantochloa. Sporadic light pin-striping on the culms add ornamental intrigue.
Matures at around 30' tall. Minimum temp. 30 degrees F.
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Gigantochloa wrayii

Culms with long internodes are erect or arching outwards. Sometimes yellow-striped on lower internodes. 25' with 1.5" culms in Florida. Min. temp 30F. Min USDA zone: 9b. Click to find your zone.

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