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Fargesia nitida Jiuzhaigou 1

Fargesia nitida Jiuzhaigou 1

Collected 1986 from N Sichuan, China. Originally thought to be F. nitida, but now considered a different species by some. Erect growth to about 2.5m with new culms aging to a lovely deep red, and very pretty, tiny leaves arranged in small, downward pointing bunches. Very hardy and tightly clump forming. Enjoys shade though stands full sun too.

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Fargesia nitida Jiuzhaigou 2

Up to 4m high, this is one of the largest forms of this beautiful small leaved species. Similar to Jiuzhaigou 1 in many other respects, but with slightly larger culms that are less tightly packed into the clump, giving a slightly more open effect. Very hardy and unlikely to flower for a very long time.

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Fargesia robusta

Fargesia robusta

A superb, relatively recent introduction, which lives up to its name well. Red-tinted, hairy shoots are seen very early in spring, emerging from a tight, non-running base and growth is vertical and strong, with a dazzling display of bleached white culm sheaths all the way up the culms in midsummer. Foliage is deep glossy green, long and slim. Height 4 or 5m.

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Fargesia robusta 'Red Sheath' ('Wolong')

A very fine and colourful bamboo, with large, glossy leaves for a Fargesia, and upright arching growth to about 4m. The persistent and prolific culm sheaths are copper-red tinted and add greatly to the beauty of this vigorous clump-former, especially in midsummer. Larger leaved and therefore more arching than the standard form. Very hardy.

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Fargesia rufa

Fargesia rufa

Fairly new, this very beautiful clump forming species has great potential in small gardens, either in the ground or in a pot. Culm sheaths and branches tinted with rusty orange-red, and narrow, glossy, rich green foliage on thin, densely set culms all add up to a distinctive, refined look. Up to about 2m, though often a bit smaller, especially in a pot. V.V. nice.

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Fargesia scabrida

Fargesia scabrida

This is yet another fabulous species new to cultivation in the West. The colouring on the new shoots on this beauty is quite remarkable, with pale burnt-orange culm sheaths contrasting magnificently with the violet-blue fresh culms. Foliage is elegant glossy-green, long and slim. Non-running but very vigorously makes a clump about 3m high. Superb.

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