Looks like your climate allows you lots of variety Fred, do you get plenty of summer heat to get the Phyllostachys to size up and run? The most beautiful bamboo I've ever killed would likely thrive for you, not sure of the latest name but either menstruocalamus or chimonobambusa sichuanensis was just stunning. I container grew it but up potted too fast and rotted it to death
If you don't have it already it would be a good one to source.
Brad Salmon, zone 5b/6 Southern Indiana
Winters -20 to -25C. Summers 30 to 35C , humid. 115 cm annual precipitation, frost free from May through early October. 259.3 meters elevation. Growing 150+ species. http://www.needmorebamboo.com/