I have field divisions ready to sell of my Robert Young and Arrow Bamboo. Others varieties will be ready to sell next year. They include Moso, Grey Henon, Black and Temple Bamboo.
Pseudosasa japonica; Arrow Bamboo Culms are erect with leaves up to 12 inches long by 1 1/2 inches wide. Very effective as a hedge or screen and tolerates more shade than Phyllostachys varieties. Also does well in tubs and pots and as a house plant. In ancient Japan, the culms were used to make arrows, hence the name “Arrow Bamboo.” Up to 3/4″ diameter, 18′ tall. Minimum Temperature: 5°F, Does best in 1/2 day sun. Drought tolerant once established.
Phyllostachys Viridis ‘Robert Young’
Very impressive timber bamboo.
Average mature size 3 ” x 45′ Hardy to 5F, Sun to part shade.
It comes up green and turns yellow with random green stripes on some of the canes. Very fast grower and drought tolerant once established.
- Bamboo Varieties I have, but not ready to sell
- Grey Henon
- Temple, Green
- Tonkin Cane
- Viridis (green version of Robert Young)
- Vivax Huangwenzhu
- Vivax Huangwenzhu Inversa