Origin
East China, introduced in Taiwan and Japan long ago.
Local name
Gasan-chiku, Hotei-chiku (bamboo of the fairy kingdom) – Japan * Withstands -20ºC – damaged foliage from -12ºC with cold dry wind.
Features
Not to be confused with other species due to the knots stacked and compressed usually visible at the base of certain stems. It forms dense tufts of light green, very dense foliage. Pale green stem turning yellow if exposed to the sun.
Care
It develops under all conditions; withstands a relative drought without damage.
Uses
Free or trimmed hedges, woodlands, flowerbeds, isolated tufts.
Benefits
Its closed stems and dense foliage from base to top make an excellent image of greenery.
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