Gulf Stream Heavenly Bamboo is a very attractive, capable evergreen plant with constantly-changing foliage. New foliage starts out in the spring with a rich, red color and turns to a bluish-green in the summer while white blooms begin to show. The foliage then turns back to a rich-red in the fall as the temperatures begin to cool. With its rounded habit and appealing foliage, the Gulf Stream Heavenly Bamboo makes a wonderful option for walkways, courtyards, along foundations, as a hedge, or even planted alone. Attributes that Gulf Stream Heavenly Bamboos posses are that they are very deer resistant, tolerant of drought, and they create a colorful display. These shrubs grow up to 36 in. tall and 60 in. W and typically do best in either full sun or part-shade, USDA hardiness zones 6-11.
- Gulf stream heavenly bamboo boasts a very colorful, always-changing display of foliage
- Incase if you are looking for a stunning addition to your walkway, courtyard, or landscaping in general, the gulf stream heavenly bamboo will add a delightful sight
- Preferring full sun or partial-shade, the gulf stream heavenly bamboo is grown best in USDA zones 6-11
- Gulf stream heavenly bamboo is deer and drought tolerant