Angel Mist Bamboo

Angel Mist Bamboo Name

The scientific name for Angel Mist Bamboo is Dendrocalamus Minor Amoenus. Angel Mist Bamboo is also referred to as Ghost Bamboo and D-Minor Bamboo.

Angel Mist Bamboo Type

Angel Mist Bamboo is a variety of clumping bamboo.

Angel Mist Bamboo Growth

Angel Mist Bamboo is considered a medium-sized bamboo growing between 30 and 40 feet tall with a culm diameter of 3 inches thick.

Angel Mist Bamboo Temperature Requirement

It is recommended to keep Angel Mist Bamboo above 25 degrees Fahrenheit.

Angel Mist Bamboo Color

When new culms of Angel Mist Bamboo sprout, they appear blue which converts to a lime green/yellow color as they grow. This colorful culm makes for a nice focal point as it remains visible because Angel Mist bamboo has relatively no leaves or branches on the middle and lower culm.

Angel Mist Bamboo Uses

Angel Mist Bamboo makes for a suitable privacy fence. It also makes a wonderful focal point for a bamboo garden or decorative yard. Due to the fact that Angel Mist Bamboo does not have mid-level or low level branches it for wonderful scenery along walkways especially when planted on both sides so that it may form a canopy overhead.

Angel Mist Origin

Angel Mist Bamboo originated from Southern China.

Angel Mist Collectiblity

Angel Mist Bamboo is a must have for a bamboo collector. Angel Mist Bamboo is the most sought after bamboo in the Dendrocalamus family partly due to it’s smaller size compared to it’s relatives and because it is the most frost tolerant in the Dendrocalamus family.