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Semiarundinaria fastuosa

Temple Bamboo, Narihira Bamboo

Max/Avg Height (ft.): 35, 20-25

Diameter: 1.5 inches

Hardiness: -5º F

USDA Zones: 6b-10

S. fastuosa is the largest hardy bamboo in the Pacific Northwest that is not a Phyllostachys.  It is upright and makes a good screen or hedge. This bamboo is supposed to grow 35 feet tall, but has only reached a height of 25 feet at the Bamboo Garden Nursery near Portland, OR. The culms start green then age to a burgundy color in the Fall, when the temperature drops to near freezing. During the growing season it appears to be primarily a green caned bamboo. It grows well in sun or shade.

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1 to 3 ft

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2 to 4 ft

#5

4 to 7 ft

#10

6 to 12 ft

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Mature Height Max / Avg. (ft.) in Zone 8
Running
or Clumping
USDA
Hardiness
Zone Range
Light Tolerance
Range (1-5)
*Depends on climate*
Semiarundinaria fastuosa
$35
$50
$105
$160
$200
$270
$300
$500
35, 20-25
R
6b-10
1-5