Possibly the same as YUA, but this clone is a seedling of a plant which grew 32′ tall at Pitt White, England. Leaf pattern seems to be more regular, and therefore even more beautiful than the YUA. Myriads of small leaves form lovely patterns on blue-green culms. As an “open clumper,” culms are erect with some distance from each other, but the tops of this plant are deeply weeping. It readily forms dense masses of foliage in less light than most bamboos and may be effectively used for screening in shady places. When grown in full sun its leaves tend to curl. It can reach 12′ with culms ¾” in diameter. Hardy to 0 degrees.