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Arundinaria gigantea 'Macon' on 1-20-2019 with 8ºF air temperature1 views
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Bamboo in the snow 2-14-200746 views
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Bamboo sweeping in the breeze81 views
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Bamboo groves in the garden57 views
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Hibanobambusa tranquillans 'Shiroshima'56 viewsA mid-size variegated species with larger, tropical looking leaves. Root hardy to USDA zone 5.
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Hibanobambusa tranquillans 'Shiroshima'48 viewsA mid-size variegated species. Root hardy to USDA zone 5.
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Bamboo barrier55 viewsPhyllostachys nuda inside a barrier
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Phyllostachys aureosulcata 'Spectabilis' on 1-20-2019 with 8ºF air temperature0 views
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Phyllostachys bissetii on 1-20-2019 with 8ºF air temperature0 views
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Phyllostachys bissetii on 1-21-2019 with -8ºF air temperature1 views
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Phyllostachys nuda on 1-20-2019 with 8ºF air temperature0 views
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Phyllostachys aureosulcata 'Spectabilis'52 viewsThis bamboo is less cold hardy than P. nuda or bissetii, but it's still one of my favorites. Who couldn't love that striking color? It does well here in zone 5, but does top-kill a lot of winters. It returns faithfully each spring and grows to a good 15' in only a few weeks time in early to mid spring.
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