Phyllostachys aureosulcata 'Aureocaulis'Golden Crookstem Bamboo
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Phyllostachys aureosulcata 'Aureocaulis' Identification Sheet
- Eastern China
- aureosulcata 'Aureocaulis'
- Common name(s)
- Golden Crookstem Bamboo
- Full sun to part shade, moist, well-drained soil
- Eventual height
- Eventual spread
- 3m, less if contained
- Fully hardy
- Skill level
We can guarantee that the plants leave our nursery disease free, but weather and local conditions might affect their survival. Make sure you always make an informed purchasing decision.
The plants that leave our nursery are in the best condition, free of disease. Kept in adequate conditions (positioning and care), the plants are guaranteed for 3 months if they are planted in the ground or one year if they are kept in their original pots. Return policy applies only to plants that are in their original pots.
Due to the nature of the consignments, the courier's drivers are not insured to carry goods through your property. The standard delivery location is the border of your property or the entrance of a communal space. If other arrangements need to be made, please get in touch with us as soon as the order is placed.
Vouchers and small boxes can be posted through the letterbox, provided there is unrestricted access to it.
Bamboos can be grown almost anywhere, but avoid excessively windy locations. Many can be grown in sun or shade (sun is usually best for colour).Bamboos are generally shallow rooted and prefer a rich, moisture retentive, organic soil.
Before planting out, the roots should be soaked in water for some time, and after planting it is important that the plant is watered well.
Hardy species of bamboo which were grown in pots can be planted anytime during the year, except in frozen ground.
Incredibly fast delivery and very good value.<br /> The bamboo was packed well and seemed to be healthy but it must be said that many of the leaves were marked at the tips as if distressed or short of water ( see attached photo)<br /> The roots in the pot were so well established that I could not get the plant out and had to carefully cut the pot away, I'm not sure if this is a good thing or not.<br /> <br /> Now planted the bamboo seems to be doing ok, the stems are tall but thin and have some difficulty in standing straight but I expect the plant to quickly establish and produce new more robust upright canes soon.<br /> <br /> Update!<br /> Less than two weeks from delivery and there are six new strong, thick and healthy looking shoots.<br /> These are nearly twice as thick as the originals.<br /> Looks like growth will be almost as fast as The palm Centre's delivery.<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />
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