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Thamnocalamus is a small genus comprising of around 4 species of graceful and vigorous evergreen clumping bamboo in the grass family, Poaceae. Cultivated varieties are grown for their slender foliage and the colour of the canes, which changes with age as the plants mature. They are tolerant in mild areas of the UK. Many species previously assigned to this genus have been reassigned elsewhere.
How to propagate Thamnocalamus
Propagate by seed in spring or autumn.
By division in autumn; however forms should be propagated by division only.
Special features of Thamnocalamus
Other uses of Thamnocalamus
Used for hedging as well as for ornamentation. The woody stems can have many uses.