Dark Weavers Bamboo

Bambusa Textilis 'Fasca'

Dark Weavers Bamboo

Dark Weavers Bamboo (Bambusa Textilis ‘Fasca’) is the bigger brother of Gracilis (Slender weavers bamboo). The leaves are just as beautiful as Gracilis, but Fasca will reach up to 2-3 metres taller (9m) and just a little bigger at the ground. The canes are very dark green in colour, with no white powder on them. Cane wall thickness is twice that of Gracilis, making Fasca better for a tall strong screen or windbreak. Extremely cold hardy (-9 celcius), quick growing and disease resistant.

200mm $45 / 300mm $80 / 45L $160

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