Goldstripe Bamboo

Bambusa Multiplex

Goldstripe Bamboo

Recent to Australia, Goldstripe Bamboo (Bambusa Multiplex) will reach an optimum height of 4-5 metres (5 metres in shade) and 600mm-1m around the base. Nice pronounced cream coloured stripes up the canes. An attractive Asian style leaf much like the Alphonse karr plant, but with much tighter habit and probably more upright. Very cold hardy to -5 celcius at least did not loose a leaf last winter.

200mm $50 / 300mm $90 / 45L $180

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