Phyllostachys nigra 'Henonis', Bambuparque
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Phyllostachys nigra 'Henonis'

SYNONYM

Phyllostachys puberula
Phyllostachys henonis
Phyllostachys nigra cv. Henon

ORIGIN

China (Guangdong, Sichuan). Previously introduced in Japan and India.

LOCAL NAME

Ha-chiku (Japan)
* Resistant to -22º C

CHARACTERISTICS

Stems very hard rights and initially olive green becoming yellow after (if placed in the shade) or green (if placed in the sun). Leaves quite small (8 to 10 cm). Fine foliage and light green very dark, with the exception of the new leaves are much clearer in the first weeks.

CARE

Very rustic, this bamboo gives up everywhere. Reputed for its drought resistance.

USED

Hedges, bushes, tufts isolated.

ADVANTAGES

Very elegant, graceful foliage and dense, forming tufts very decorative. Wood excellent quality much appreciated in Asia for crafts.