Shibataea kumasaca, Bambuparque
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Shibataea kumasaca

SYNONYM

Shibataea kumasaca
Sasa ruscifolia
Bamboo with leaves of Ruscus

ORIGIN

Southern Japan China (Anhuei, Zhejiang).

LOCAL NAME

Okame-zasa (Japan)
* Resistant to -22 ° C (-8 ° F)

CHARACTERISTICS

This very particular aspect of bamboo with a false air of Ruscus (small holly) due to its short and broad leaves, a green noble. It grows in dense tufts leaving the stems appear.

CARE

In direct sunlight in the South, the leaves tend to turn yellow. Install it to semi-shade knowing however that, when placed completely shaded, will be less dense.

USED

Edges, free or small hedges pruned, cover crops, massive.

ADVANTAGES

Its foliage gives it a unique look among the bamboos dwarfs. Lends itself perfectly to be pruned and allows performing splendid massive or low hedges.