Bambusa Vulgaris Wamin - This bamboo is characterized by its unique culms that grow very fast, and are bulbous and belly-like. The culms typically range in color from a yellowish green to green. Hardy to 27 F. USDA Zone: 8B - 11
Typical size 6 feet x 4 feet for the $45 plants.
$25 plants are about half the size.
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Bumbusa eutuldoides viridi-vittata - The Asian Lemon Bamboo is a beautiful Chinese bamboo with spectacular colors. This eye-catching species has bright yellow culms with deep green stripes and pink shoots. Hardy to 21 F. USDA Zone: 8B - 11
Bambusa Vulgaris Vitatta Golden Hawaiian grows to be a large bamboo who's culms are yellow with green stripes. Golden Hawaiian is cold hardy to 30 F degrees. Below that leaves may drop and in extreme cold it may even kill some shoots. However it will not kill the roots and should reappear in spring at sometimes twice the size. Zone 9B - 11
Bambusa Textilis Gracilis - This bamboo has a very graceful appearance, hence its name. It is also known as Weavers Bamboo. This bamboo is very erect with full tops of the foliage. Graceful bamboo is one of the most popular bamboo varieties in Florida. Hardy to 15 F. USDA Zone: 8B and above.
Bambusa glaucophylla Malay Variegated Dwarf bamboo grows to 12 feet with .75 inch culms and is cold hardy to 25 degrees. The Malay Variegated is a perfect, small bamboo for hedges and its small, green and white variegated leaves make it very desirable in any small garden or accent to a larger display. USDA zone: 9B - 11
Seabreeze or Bambusa malingensis is a fast growing, tough, hardy and bushy bamboo with attractive blue-white canes. This bamboo is a perfect coastal bamboo for Florida, because of its tolerance to high winds and salty breezes. Great wind breaking bamboo. Bambusa malingensis can handle temperatures down to 20 degrees Fahrenheit.Seabreeze Bamboo can reach heights up to 40 feet tall. This particular bamboo is great for screening within one year you should have great screening from that noisy road out front or that nosey neighbor next door or maybe you need it to hide that unsightly piece of equipment in your yard.
one to two canes to 10 feet tall
Three to seven + canes to 10'
Seven canes + to 12 feet tall
Ten - twenty + canes to 30'
Bambusa Chungii , commonly known as white bamboo or tropical blue bamboo, is a large, tall bamboo species, Its blue-green or white culms often reach a height of 40 feet. This makes a stunning specimen plant or a luxurious tall hedge. Hardy to 21 F, Zone 8B - 11
Bambusa Boniopsis Growing to a mature height of 15 ft. or trimmed to any height, Bonnie bamboo is often used as a hedge or dense screening. With small leaves and small culms this is a perfect screening bamboo. Hardy to 27 F. USDA Zone: 9B - 11
Bambusa Lako - A large species of bamboo originating from the island of Timor; its black culms may reach 35-45 ft in height. MIN TEMP: 27 F Zone: 9B - 11
Bambusa Oldhammi - Long Known for its large, olive green culms, vertical and clumping growth habit, and tasty shoots. Hardy to 20 F. USDA Zone: 9A - 11
Bambusa Textilis Mutabilis - Bambusa Textilis Mutabilis is a fine specimen plant for landscaping, especially when viewed up close. With a very upright and elegant posture, this bamboo maintains a rich, dark green color. Hardy to 20 F. USDA Zone 8B - 11
Bambusa Chungii Barbelatta - Similar to B. chungii but smaller. The white bloom covered culms and upright tight clumping growth habit make this bamboo a fantastic feature or screening plant. If you like the Chungii but don't have the space, then this is a great alternative. Hardy to 21 F. USDA Zone: 8B - 11
Bambusa Pervariabilis Viridistriata - Very highly colored culms. New shoots are yellow with green stripes maturing to yellow/gold with varying dark green stripes. Sunburst bamboo is hardy to 18 F. USDA Zone: 8B - 11
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