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<i> Fargesia adpressa</i> 95 KB Fargesia adpressa 3rd stage (see other stages posted) - advanced new branching/leafing from plant retained seeds. Seeds harvested from plant never germinated. The only seeds that I have had germinate come from plants that died off after flowering/seeding. Scotts Valley, CA
Flower
<i> Fargesia adpressa</i> 100 KB Fargesia adpressa See photo first stage. 2nd stage here shows more new branching/leafing development from retained (on plant) seeds. Question - is this process associated with stress caused flowering as opposed to natural flowering? Scotts Valley, CA
Flower
<i> Fargesia adpressa</i> 114 KB Fargesia adpressa Flowered and developed seeds a few months ago. Plant retained most seeds. Photo is 1st stage - seeds develop new branching vs dropping and germinating. Scotts Valley, CA
Flower
<i> Fargesia adpressa</i> 240 KB Fargesia adpressa Looks like I got bamboozled. A supposed Gen 2 plant just flowered. Scotts Valley, CA
Flower
<i> Fargesia adpressa</i> 78 KB Fargesia adpressa Gen.2 - new leaves and branches - July 2016 Scotts Valley, CA
Leaf,Branch
<i> Fargesia adpressa</i> 148 KB Fargesia adpressa 2015 shootScotts Valley, CA
Shoot
<i> Fargesia adpressa</i> 187 KB Fargesia adpressa Base of plant showing new and mature culms - summer 2014Scotts Valley, CA
Culm
<i> Fargesia adpressa</i> 133 KB Fargesia adpressa New shoot March, 2013. Gen.2.Scotts Valley, Ca
Shoot
<i> Fargesia adpressa</i> 38 KB Fargesia adpressa Gen 2 - Source plant: local private collector, 2011.Scotts Valley, CA
Culm
<i> Fargesia adpressa</i> 92 KB Fargesia adpressa Tip of new shoot on an extending culm.Nelson, New Zealand
Shoot,Sheath
<i> Fargesia adpressa</i> 79 KB Fargesia adpressa Culm sheath base at node.Nelson, New Zealand
Culm,Shoot,Sheath
<i> Fargesia adpressa</i> 90 KB Fargesia adpressa Drying young sheath, showing sheath hairs.Nelson, New Zealand
Culm,Shoot,Sheath
<i> Fargesia adpressa</i> 64 KB Fargesia adpressa Fresh sheath tip.Nelson, New Zealand
Shoot,Sheath
<i> Fargesia adpressa</i> 69 KB Fargesia adpressa Dormant branch bud sheaths on an unbranched node. Note the remains of the persistent sheath below.Nelson, New Zealand
Culm,Sheath,Branch
<i> Fargesia adpressa</i> 72 KB Fargesia adpressa Branch complement. No major branches, as all seem to be nearly equal in size.Nelson, New Zealand
Branch
<i> Fargesia adpressa</i> 219 KB Fargesia adpressa New culms and old showing the persistent sheaths on unbranched lower nodes. The stems can be quite open in relation to each other. So, an older clump will spread about a foot on each side.Nelson, New Zealand
Culm,Sheath,Plant
<i> Fargesia adpressa</i> 196 KB Fargesia adpressa Nelson, New Zealand
Plant
<i> Fargesia adpressa</i> 222 KB Fargesia adpressa Upright open clump, with slightly nodding culm tips, photo in mid summer.Nelson, New Zealand
Plant
<i> Fargesia adpressa</i> 41 KB Fargesia adpressa 2008 flower Plant had been sold as F. adpressa but could be a form of F. murieliae. Photo by Gib Cooper www.bamboodirect.com Used with permission.Gold Beach, Or
Flower
<i> Fargesia adpressa</i> 112 KB Fargesia adpressa This bamboo is sending up several fine shoots.Greater Seattle area
Shoot

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