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-Bamboo suitable for South Australia- Alphonse Karr Bambusa multiplex cv. ‘Alphonse Karr’ Average Height: 3 to 4 metres Minimum Temperature: – 12 C Description: Smaller screening bamboo which features beautiful stems that are yellow with green stripes....
Fusca Bamboo

Fusca Bamboo

Bambusa textilis var. fusca Fusca is similar to Slender Weavers, but larger. This upright bamboo reaches 6-8 metres in Adelaide and has a tight clump with dark green culms.  There are few  leaves on the lower half, followed by masses of long, green pointed leaves,...
Chinese Dwarf Bamboo

Chinese Dwarf Bamboo

(Bambusa guangxiensis) Chinese Dwarf is a clumping, non invasive bamboo that requires trimming to the desired height and width to ensure a dense, bushy, lush hedge effect. It is the best hedging bamboo for pots or troughs. It likes well drained soil and once watered...
Himalayan Weeping Bamboo

Himalayan Weeping Bamboo

Drepanostachyum falcatum A graceful, cold tolerant bamboo with slender, cascading culms with thick sprays of fine long, light green leaves on multiple branch clusters. Himalayan Weeping Bamboo loves a damp, shaded position away from full day sun. Perfect for growing...
Gold Stripe Bamboo

Gold Stripe Bamboo

Bambusa multiplex cv. ‘Gold Stripe’ Gold Stripe bamboo is a great option for screening with its dense foliage and short stature. Canes are an attractive blend of green and gold and make a great feature. The clump will expand to create a wall of canes...
Alphonse Karr Bamboo

Alphonse Karr Bamboo

Bambusa multiplex cv. ‘Alphonse Karr’ Alphonse Karr is a very popular, smaller screening bamboo which features beautiful stems that are yellow with green stripes. The edible young shoots and culms are a delicate green striped pink and change to gold as...