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Description Synonym Sources Pictures
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Clumper/Runner
YushaniaA large group of spreading thornless frost-hardy bamboos from Taiwan, the Himalayas and Africa. Rhizomes pachymorph, often with long rootless necks, but also tillering, so forming spreading thickets.
Yushania
anceps
. 3.66 1.27 -12 3 One of the beautiful mountain bamboos from the Himalayas of India. Arundinaria anceps Sources Picture
No Data
Open Clumper
Yushania
anceps
'Pitt White'
. 7.62 1.27 -12 3 May grow taller than the species. Narrow leaves, weeping. A clone from Britain. . Sources Picture
Data
Open Clumper
Yushania
boliana
. 7.32 5.08 -12 3 Pale blue culms, reaches large size quickly. From Sichuan, via Fuji Bamboo Gardens in Japan. Culms well spaced in warmer climates. Borinda boliana Sources Picture
No Data
Open Clumper
Yushania
brevipaniculata
. 1.83 1.02 -20 3 Previously known as Y. chungii. Very large auricles. Found at altitudes of 2.5-3.8 km in western Sichuan, China. . Sources Picture
No Data
Open Clumper
Yushania
brevipaniculata
'Wolong'
. 1.83 0.64 -20 3 As species but shorter with thin arching culms & long narrow foliage. . Sources No Pics
No Data
Open Clumper
Yushania
exilis
. 1.83 1.02 -20 3 Previously known as Y. chungii aff. Slender, elegant plant. . Sources No Pics
No Data
Open Clumper
Yushania
lu
. U U -27 U An ornamental hardy Yushania species collecting from Himalaya high mountain area. Used for hedge plants. . Sources Picture
No Data
Clumper
Yushania
maculata
. 3.05 1.52 U 3 From Yunnan and Sichuan. Grows in pine forests at elevation 1.8-3.5 km. Young culms have fine striae. . Sources Picture
No Data
Open Clumper
Yushania
maling
. 6.10 2.54 -17 4 The most common spreading bamboo in E Nepal. Long solid rhizome necks. Rough internodes on new culms. Arundinaria maling Sources Picture
No Data
Open Clumper

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