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Name: Hibanobambusa Tranquillans
Height: 16 ft / 4.9 m
Min. Temp: 0˚F / -18˚C
This is one of the smaller bamboos with a max diameter of 1.25". This is suitable as a container bamboo and for small yards. It does not require full sun.
Name: Hibanobambusa Tranquillans Shiroshima
Height: 16 ft / 4.9 m
Min. Temp: 0˚F / -18˚C
This is a smaller bamboo with a diameter of 1.25". This is a great container bamboo or for small yards. The variegated, wide leaves make for a very attractive indoor plant.
Name: Indocalamus Longiauritus
Height: 10 ft / 3 m
Min. Temp: 0˚F / -18˚C
This is small bamboo only growing to a height of 10 feet and a diameter of 3/8". The plant is native to China. The broad leaves made into mats, lining of hats, and for wrapping food. The culms can be used for a variety of crafts. This bamboo likes partial shade.
Name: Indocalamus Tessellatus
Height: 7 ft / 2.1 m
Min. Temp: -5˚F / -21˚C
This is a small bamboo with a maximum diameter of 3/8". This variety likes full shade and would be great for small yards. It has large leaves that can reach 2 feet long and 4 inches wide.
Name: Phyllostachys Angusta  Stone
Height: 25 ft / 7.6 m
Min. Temp: 0˚F / -18˚C
This is a very nice sized rare bamboo growing to a maximum diameter of 1.5". It is an excellent bamboo for craft work. In China, its native environment, it is used to make fishing rods and for weaving baskets. This bamboo sprouts in mid season and is not bitter to eat making it a good choice for shoots. Stone is a mid size bamboo that is also good for screening.
Name: Phyllostachys Atrovaginata  Incense
Height: 30ft / 9.1 m
Min. Temp: -15˚F / -26˚C
This variety is also known as incense bamboo since the surface of the culms when rubbed produces a scent similar to sandalwood. This is also a hardy plant that can survive negative temperatures. It typically grows to 3" in diameter. It is a favorite of landscapers and the sprouts are very good to eat with no bitterness even when raw. This bamboo is a great choice for wet areas and for erosion control, however, never plant bamboo in areas where standing water frequently occurs.
Name: Phyllostachys Aurea  Golden
Height: 27 ft / 8.2 m
Min. Temp: 0˚F / -18˚C
This is a small to medium sized bamboo that grows to a diameter of 1.75". Golden bamboo is also known as fish pole bamboo due to its slender, straight canes. This is probably the most common bamboo in the United States.
The shoots are good to eat with very little bitterness when eat raw. It does well in large pots and makes a very good hedge. This is good bamboo for walking canes, wind chimes, and many other crafts. Your imagination is the limit with bamboo crafts. Keep in mind, this bamboo will grow to a height that can interfere with power lines so choose your planting spot wisely.
Name: Phyllostachys Aurea  Koi
Height: 27ft / 8.2 m
Min. Temp: 0˚F / -18˚C
This is a rare and very attractive bamboo making it a prized bamboo for collectors. It can grow to a diameter to 1.75". Koi has a distinctive look due to its compressed nodes and alternating green stripe on the golden culms. This bamboo is great to use as a screen. It will add a unique beauty and depth to any landscape project.
Name: Phyllostachys Aureosulcata  Yellow Groove
Height: 45 ft / 13.7 m
Min. Temp: -15˚F / -26˚C
This bamboo is commonly known as yellow groove bamboo due to its yellow stripe on green canes. It can reach a diameter of 2.25" and is very cold hardy. This bamboo is very popular in the US and in China. The mid season shoots are excellent to eat with no bitterness when raw. It is a fast grower and spreads rapidly in warmer climates. Make sure to choose a full sun planting site away from any overhead obstructions such as power lines.
Name: Phyllostachys Aureosulcata Alata
Height: 45 ft / 13.7 m
Min. Temp: -15˚F / -26˚C
This is the green version of yellow groove bamboo and is very similar. It can reach a diameter of 2.25". It is very cold hardy and also popular in the US and China. The shoots are great to eat raw or cooked with no bitterness. Choose a full sun site to plant this bamboo.
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