Otataea acuminata aztecorum
Mexican Weeping Bamboo
Controlled height: 8–10 ft.
Uncontrolled height: (15–20 ft.)
Growth habit: II
Stem diameter: 1 1/2 in.
Hardiness: 22°F (–6°C)
Long, narrow leaves give plants a lacy look. Foliage masses bend nearly to ground. Loose clumper; give it room tospread. Fairly drought-resistant when established. Needs some shade in hottest climates. A dwarf form reaches just 4 ft. high.
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