Sasaella masamuneana ‘Albostriata’ also known as Sasaella glabra Albostriata, fuiri-shiiya-zasa or the white-striped hairy bamboo. This particular type of bamboo is clump forming and very hardy. This low growing evergreen bamboo has brightly coloured green and white/creamy yellow leaves giving it a unique look.
Canes are thin and can reach heights of up to 2 metres. Suitable for container growing and is an excellent ground cover bamboo (We recommend using: Bamboo Root Barrier)
- Exposure:Full Sun/Partial Shade/Full Shade.
- Foliage:Evergreen variegated white/cream/yellow and green striped.
- Origin:Japan (Honshu).
- Growth rate:Medium to fast.
- Use:Ground Cover, Containers.
- Eventual height:1.0m-1.5m (5-10 years)
- Eventual spread:1.5m-2.5m (5-10 years
- Hardiness:Hardy in most places throughout the UK -15 to -10
- Common name:White-striped hairy bamboo, fuiri-shiiya-zasa