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<i> Bambusa sp.</i> 'Clone X' 152 KB Bambusa sp. 'Clone X' 10/31/16Scotts Valley, CA
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<i> Bambusa sp.</i> 'Clone X' 120 KB Bambusa sp. 'Clone X' First shoot 10/31/16. Clone X is one interesting plant. It has become one of my favorites due to it's unusual features. Scotts Valley, CA
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<i> Bambusa sp.</i> 'Clone X' 97 KB Bambusa sp. 'Clone X' 9/3/16 - Recent acquisition from "Kentuck" in Texas. Primary branch is huge compared to other branches. Branching seems to simulate a spider web. A very cool plant. Thanks my friend. Scotts Valley, CA
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<i> Bambusa sp.</i> 'Clone X' 106 KB Bambusa sp. 'Clone X' 2016 (Sept) new leaf. Recent acquisition from "Kentuck" in Texas.Scotts Valley, CA
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<i> Bambusa sp.</i> 'Clone X' 53 KB Bambusa sp. 'Clone X' On rare occasions, one can find a nice set of racing stripes on a 'Clone X' culm. The stripe should not be used as a key ID factor.Tampa, Florida, USA
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<i> Bambusa sp.</i> 'Clone X' 70 KB Bambusa sp. 'Clone X' "Clone X on Ice" In the center of the picture is the original topped Clone X culm that was dug out in Tampa, FL and transported to Austin, TX. Quite a change from balmy Florida to the snow and ice of Austin, but Clone X seemed to handle it very well.Austin, Texas, USA
<i> Bambusa sp.</i> 'Clone X' 118 KB Bambusa sp. 'Clone X' Image of outside culm sheath blade, auricles etc of Bambusa tuldoides 'Clone X'.Tampa, Florida, USA
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<i> Bambusa sp.</i> 'Clone X' 134 KB Bambusa sp. 'Clone X' Image of inside culm sheath blade, auricles, ligule etc of Bambusa tuldoides 'Clone'.Tampa, Florida, USA
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<i> Bambusa sp.</i> 'Clone X' 103 KB Bambusa sp. 'Clone X' Image of inside culm sheath of Bambusa tuldoides 'Clone X'.Tampa, Florida, USA
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<i> Bambusa sp.</i> 'Clone X' 94 KB Bambusa sp. 'Clone X' Image of outside culm sheath of Bambusa tuldoides 'Clone X'.Tampa, Florida, USA
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<i> Bambusa sp.</i> 'Clone X' 105 KB Bambusa sp. 'Clone X' A pair of Clone X nodes showing nodal bands.Tampa, FL
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<i> Bambusa sp.</i> 'Clone X' 96 KB Bambusa sp. 'Clone X' Photo by Roy RogersTampa, Fl
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<i> Bambusa sp.</i> 'Clone X' 93 KB Bambusa sp. 'Clone X' Culm sheath blade. In the background right, note on the mature culm, the lower brown ring/band has turn white and that a white ring/band has also formed above the node..
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<i> Bambusa sp.</i> 'Clone X' 62 KB Bambusa sp. 'Clone X' Side view of auricle, blade, sheath. Note brown ring on lower node on new culms. Photo by Roy Rogers.Tampa, FL
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<i> Bambusa sp.</i> 'Clone X' 160 KB Bambusa sp. 'Clone X' New Clone X culms.Tampa, FL
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<i> Bambusa sp.</i> 'Clone X' 82 KB Bambusa sp. 'Clone X' Clone X culm. Shade makes culm appear darker than the normal dark green.Tampa, Fl
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<i> Bambusa sp.</i> 'Clone X' 244 KB Bambusa sp. 'Clone X' Very prolific producer of new culms. Culms up 85 feet by little over 3 inches. Definitely a misnomer with the "B. tuldoides" name. B. tuldoides, which is an erect bamboo, does not get nearly the size of this one.Tampa, FL
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