Bambusa arnhemica

A green culmed, small leafed bamboo with strong near solid culms. Originates from the Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory. Traditionally used by the Aboriginal people for didgeridoo making etc.

Meaning of name: Arhemica derived from 'Arnhem Land' in Northern Territory.

 

Synonyms (AKA): Arnhem Land Bamboo

 

Typical height: 12m
Typical culm diameter: 8cm
Minimum temperature tolerance: 0°C
Climate: Prefers tropical or subtropical climates.
Light conditions: Full sun to part shade
Growth habit: Upright, slightly weeping
Growing conditions: Moist, well drained soil. Keep well mulched.
Origin: Australia

 

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Bambusa arnhemica - 5 litre bag Bambusa arnhemica - 5 litre bag
Typical height 1m
$44.00

 

A green culmed, small leafed bamboo with strong near solid culms. Originates from the Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory. Traditionally used by the Aboriginal people for didgeridoo making etc.

The new shoots are edible and have a very distinct lime green colour - unlike any other bamboo.

Its growth habit may be described as somewhat scruffy. Not a great landscaping plant, but does produce very strong bamboo timber poles.

More for the collector or timber grower.

(BAMARN)

SKU BAMARN

Bambusa arnhemica - 5 litre bag

SKU BAMARN_3L
Barcode 101324547015
Shipping Weight 3.5000kg

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