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Running Species: Pleioblastus viridistriatus
Common Name: Dwarf green stripe bamboo
Maximum Height: 500mm
Culm Diameter: 30mm
Minimum Temperature: – 20°C
It has leaves striped chartreuse and green it makes this one of the most beautiful groundcovers. It’s also very useful as a small, bright specimen shrub in a mixed border when allowed growing to its full height.
This bamboo will brighten dark locations, but it should have some sunlight. As a groundcover bamboo, it is best mowed to ground level in early spring to produce new, fresh foliage.
It tends to spread evenly and is easily controlled by simply digging out any straying rhizomes for transplanting into new locations.
|Uses for this bamboo species||Environments & areas suitable for this bamboo species|
|Erosion Control||Full Sun|
|Landslip Control||Full Shade|
|Dust Suppression||Partial Sun|
|Dust Capture||Partial Shade|
|Ornamental||Indoors – Cities|
|Carbon Sequestration||Cold Environments|
|Stock Feed||Suburban Areas – Rural Areas|
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