West County Oasis Bamboo Garden

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Sasa
Sasa kurilensis ‘Simofuri’ “Fallen Snow” R 6′ 0.50″ 0F 1-3
$40
$125
A large leafed, highly attractive selection. Leaves get to 8″ long and 2″ wide with asubtle pinstripe variegation. Gets to 6′ tall.

Sasa megalophylla ‘Densa’ R 6′ 0.25″ 0F 3-5
$20
$40

Sasa nagimontana R 6′ 0.20″ 0F 2-4
$15
$30
From Mt. Naga, Japan. A dwarf, large-leaved bamboo, no taller than 6’. Canes andfoliage are dark green. Prefers shade.

Sasa oshidensis R 6′ 0.25″ 0F 3-4
$16
$30
A vigorous grower, this one has wavy leaves. More tolerant of heat and cold than other Sasas.

Sasa palmata ‘Nebulosa’ R 15′ 0.50″ -10F 3-5
$20
$60   $45
Large leaves give it a very popular tropical look. Foliage can get to 15 inches long and 4inches wide. To about 8’ tall in the Bay Area, only 3’ tall in southern CA. Will fill in anarea quickly.

Sasa tsuboiana R 6′ 0.25″ -20F 1-3
$20
$45
From the higher elevations in Japan and able to withstand temperatures to -15 degrees.Large glossy dark green leaves to 11″ long and 2 wide”.

Sasa veitchii “Kuma-zasa” R 3′ 0.25″ -10F 1-3
$20
$40
Does well in shade and moisture and will get to 5’ tall. Foliage withers at the margins inwinter, giving the plant and attractive variegated look on dark green leaves. Mow in latewinter/early spring to rejuvenate.

Sasa veitchii ‘Minor’ R 2′ 0.10″ 10F 1-3
$20
A low growing species, 10-24″. It does well in a variety of light situations.Foliage withers at the margins in winter, giving the plant an attractive variegated lookon dark green leaves. Mow in late winter/early spring to rejuvenate.