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Borinda albocerea  Height: 12-15 feet   Diameter: 0.8 inches   Hardiness: 15°F  Recommended for USDA zone 8b through 9, not for climates with high heat and humidity (southeastern states).

Borinda albocerea Height: feet Diameter: inches Hardiness: Recommended for USDA zone through not for climates with high heat and humidity (southeastern states).

Himalayacalamus Falconeri cv Damarapa

Himalayacalamus Falconeri cv Damarapa

Phyllostachys vivax - Vivax Bamboo    Features: Like Phllostachys Bambusoides except culms thinner walled and white powdery band below each node.    Height: Phyllostachys vivax reaches approx. 40 feet tall** with a culm diameter of 4 inches.    Exposure: For Vivax Bamboo bamboo, allow Full Sun, Partial Sun.    Minimum Temperature: As low as -5°F: USDA Zone .    Type: Phyllostachys vivax is a Running or Invasive bamboo plant.

The vivax bamboo (Phyllostachys vivax) is a Running or Invasive bamboo plant.

clumping giant timber bamboo

Clumping Giant Timber Bamboo (Bambusa oldhamii): see it and grow it

Phyllostachys bambusoides 'Castillonis'

Phyllostachys bambusoides 'Castillonis'

Black Asper

Black Asper

Thamnocalamus spathiflorus 'Nyalam' Bamboo - Height: 8+ feet, possibly to 15 feet - Diameter: 0.5 inch  USDA Zone recommended 8 to 9.  Thamnocalamus it is more upright than other species and the culms are tinted a nice cherry red. There is a white ring under the node. New shoots are pastel blue and green.

Thamnocalamus spathiflorus 'Nyalam' Height: feet, possibly to 15 feet Diameter: inch Hardiness: F USDA Zone recommended 8 to not for climates with high heat and humidity (southeastern states).

Bashania fargesii

Bamboo for shady SF gardens, Bashania fargesii

Borinda nujiangensis

Borinda nujiangensis

Bamboo by MGDboston  -- for reference / notice where bamboo smaller shoots branch out at nodes

Bamboo by MGDboston -- for reference / notice where bamboo smaller shoots branch out at nodes

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