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Black Bamboo

Black Bamboo

Striking black canes and attractive, dark green, lush foliage distinguish this hard-to-find species. Canes can reach 3-1/2" in diameter and over 40 ft. in height when fully mature.
4500
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Blackstripe Bamboo

Blackstripe Bamboo

This rare and beautiful form of Black Bamboo features large, light green canes with a wide stripe of brown or purplish black in the groove. These strong and durable canes can grow to 3-1/2" in diameter and over 50 ft. in height.
4545
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Crookstem Bamboo

Crookstem Bamboo

A beautiful addition to your yard or landscape, Crookstem is prized for its abundant, tasty shoots,vibrant green canes that zig zag at the base, attractive upright form and lush, dark green foliage. Crookstem grows to about 30 ft. in height and is hardy to minus 10°F.
4514
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Giant Timber Bamboo

Giant Timber Bamboo

A striking sight, the canes of this rare and unique species can reach 7” in diameter and 60 ft. in height when mature. The long, bright green foliage of Giant Timber adds to its garden appeal. Giant Timber also produces tasty shoots and is hardy to minus 10°F.
4520
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Golden Bamboo

Golden Bamboo

An attractive, medium size bamboo, this unique species has golden-yellow canes that are compressed and contorted at the base. The young shoots are quite tasty and easy to harvest. Golden Bamboo typically grows 15-20 ft. in height when mature and is hardy to 0°F.
4530
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Golden Giant Timber Bamboo

Golden Giant Timber Bamboo

This very rare sub-species of Timber Bamboo features long, dark green foliage and very large and striking, golden-yellow canes, often with one or more green stripes. One of the most beautiful Bamboo species, these spectacular canes can reach 7” in diameter and over 60 ft. in height.
4525
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Green Bamboo

Green Bamboo

Enjoy the graceful, fine foliage of this attractive species as it shimmers in the slightest breeze. One of the hardiest species, Green Bamboo can survive temperatures as low as minus 20°F. Green Bamboo shoots are particularly tasty and its canes can grow to 2” in diameter and 15-20 ft. in height.
4540
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Palmate Bamboo

Palmate Bamboo

This attractive Bamboo features strikingly long and broad, tropical looking foliage that cascades gracefully from the canes and branches. Palmate Bamboo is particularly nice in a pot where it can show off its graceful form and foliage. It grows 8-10 ft. in height with 3/8" diameter canes and is hardy to 0°F.
4555
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