CEPHALOSTACHYUM are tall, shrubby or climbing bamboos with generally slender, stiff and thin-walled culms. From India, China, Madagascar, Malaysia, Indonesia.
|Genus Species||Max Height||Max Diameter||Minimum Temperature||Comments/Description|
|C.pergracile||30′||2″||32F||Culms straight and erect, covered with white bristly hairs. Branches small and numerous,emerging from higher nodes. Used as a flavor-enhancing vessel for cooking rice.|
|C.virgatum||40′||2″||?||Thin walled, drooping. Manifold branching. Some plants introduced may actually be a B.multiplex.|