Origin
China. Widely spread in Japan.
Local name
Hime-ha-chiku (Japan) * Withstands -20ºC
Features
One of the smaller Phyllostachys. The young stems are very dark and then green in the first year; they turn orange-yellow if exposed to the sun. Dense foliage; small, sea-green leaves on the underside.
Care
Highly vigorous, it can develop in all terrains and conditions.
Uses
Free or trimmed hedges, flowerbeds, pots.
Benefits
Its weak form and dense foliage make it an excellent hedge plant. Ideal for small gardens. It is also very useful for large gardens where it can cover large spaces.
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