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Borinda nujiangensis (new)

New from Yunnan, China, and one of the most elegant of all. Tightly clumping, with closely packed relatively slim culms that are erect at first and then arch out under the weight of exceptionally slim foliage. The new culms are covered at first in red tinted sheaths that peel away to reveal ravishing icy-blue culms. Proven very hardy, even through 2010 in Shropshire! 3m.

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Borinda papyrifera Stapleton 1046

Borinda papyrifera Stapleton 1046

One of the finest of modern introductions from the slopes of Zi Ben Shan, Yunnan, SW China at 3300m asl. The icy-blue-white new culm colour lasts extremely well; though equally good are the huge papery sheaths. Particularly strong upright growth to 5m, with the older culms arching under the weight of foliage. Very tightly clump forming with big thick culms.

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