A recently created genus of clumpers and "open clumpers" from the mountainous regions of Asia, composed of several species that had been previously assigned to other genera, such as Fargesia, Yushania, Arundinaria, Thamnocalamus, and Himalayacalamus. Classification of these bamboos has been problematic. Shooting season is variable.
(BRA) This bamboo is similar to Borinda boliana with blue-green powdery canes, but an open clumper with larger blue green leaves. Reaches 20' tall with 1' diameter culms in the climate of origin. Culms are very straight with slight arching at top. Will grow in bright indirect light to half-day sun. Cold hardy to 0.
(BRB) Renamed after the founder of Bamboo Sourcery, Gerald Bol. An “open clumper with straight upright culms of blue-green color up to 16' in the Bay Area tall and spaced apart 6-9. Foliage is small and delicate, light green, and very dense. Creates a lovely vertical wall of light green canes decorated with a lacey curtain of tiny leaves, much like a Japanese brush painting. Good for visual screen and sound barrier. Hardy to 10 degrees and likes half to full day of direct sunlight. Shoots in mid-summer.
(BRF) Ornamental weeping bamboo that can be used as a screen or centerpiece. Likes a half-day of morning sun to half-day afternoon sun, and culms will turn chocolate-red and shiny with more sun. Has light green leaves, ½" x 3-5", which grow in small clusters at each node. This clumper grows to 14' and is hardy to 10 degrees.
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