Common Name: Seabreeze
Scientific Name: Bambusa malingensis
Origin: Southern China
Typical Height: 40' OA
Culms: 2.5"" Diam
Branches: Branching lowest internode
Habit: Tight erect clumper
Uses: Screening, or windbreaker
Seabreeze or Bambusa malingensis is a fast growing, tough, hardy and bushy bamboo with attractive blue-white canes.
Seabreeze is native to Southern China. This bamboo is a perfect coastal bamboo for Florida, Texas, and Southern California because of its tolerance to high winds and salty breezes. Great wind breaking bamboo.
Bambusa malingensis can handle temperatures down to 20 degrees Fahrenheit.
Seabreeze Bamboo can reach heights up to 40 feet tall. The Seabreeze bamboo is a mid-sized bamboo. This bamboo forms a graceful umbrella shaped arch when mature. It has few lower branches so you can admire the distinctive canes.
This bamboo is a tight, non-invasive clumping bamboo with small green leaves. The culms are straight and form tight, dense clumps.
This particular bamboo is great for screening within one year you should have great screening from that noisy road out front or that nosey neighbor next door or maybe you need it to hide that unsightly piece of equipment in your yard.
Seabreeze can tolerate drought as well as flooding conditions.
The Seabreeze bamboo has many attributes salt tolerant, wind tolerant, and beautiful.
Seabreeze can form a very tight hedge quickly and can be kept at the height you want or you can let it go and achieve its maximum height.
Call Palmco today at 239-283-1329 and ask us about this tough, beautiful bamboo.