Borina Anguestisima Bamboo
The Borinda angustisima is a rare species of bamboo. It is a narrow, clumping form of bamboo that develops into a vase shape plant with some what weeping culms. Its foilage is small, delicate and extremely narrow on magenta branches. Fairly fast growing to 15′-20′ by about .5″. Does best with morning sun and afternoon shade in cooler climates.
Common name: Narrow-Leaved Clumping Bamboo
Height x Diameter: 15′-20′ by .5″.
Minimum temperature: 15° F
USDA zone 8-9. Find your zone here.
Light: Morning sun with afternoon shade .
Culm: Magenta when young, green with age.
Uses: Container, hedge, perennial, specimen or houseplant.
The last photo is an example of a #1 (1 gallon) Borinda Angustisima, however, it is not the exact plant that you will receive. Your plant will be approximately 2-3 years old, 3'-5' tall, with multiple culms (canes).
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