Origin
Japan
Local name
Ke-oroshima-chiku (Japan) * Withstands -18ºC
Features
Similar to Pleioblastus Distichus, but its leaves are altogether smaller. The leaves often turn brown in autumn and fall in winter, with the exception of two or three remaining at the end of the stems.
Care
Well-drained land as it cannot withstand excess water especially in autumn and winter.
Uses
Borders, lawns, rocky terrain, under the trees, bonsai
Benefits
Trimmed once or twice a year, forms superb green carpets.
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