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<i> Pseudosasa japonica</i> 220 KB Pseudosasa japonica Photo taken in JanuarySeoul, South Korea
<i> Pseudosasa japonica</i> 156 KB Pseudosasa japonica Seedling variability from fresh seed collected August 20, 2010. Seeds germinated within 3-5 weeks. Growth varies from very aggressive to slow. Variegated seedling continues to hold color with good shoot growth. 7 months old with spring growth starting.Seedlings - Nova Scotia
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<i> Pseudosasa japonica</i> 343 KB Pseudosasa japonica Invasive nature of Ps. japonica. Note that the rhizomes have grown 8 feet under the sidewalk toward the front, and 15 feet to the left. Look closer and see the leaves growing behind the glass? Yes, they have invaded the house! Lake Oswego, OR
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<i> Pseudosasa japonica</i> 51 KB Pseudosasa japonica 4 year old planting after several single digit nights.Middle Tennessee
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<i> Pseudosasa japonica</i> 893 KB Pseudosasa japonica 4 year old planting after several eingle digit nights.Middle Tennessee
<i> Pseudosasa japonica</i> 470 KB Pseudosasa japonica P. japonica flowersCentral TX
Flower
<i> Pseudosasa japonica</i> 1,249 KB Pseudosasa japonica Pot of P. japonica floweringCentral Texas
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<i> Pseudosasa japonica</i> 41 KB Pseudosasa japonica .So Central Texas
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<i> Pseudosasa japonica</i> 57 KB Pseudosasa japonica This was dug up last year from an old grove in Southern New Jersey.
The culms were over 18feet tall.
New Jersey
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<i> Pseudosasa japonica</i> 89 KB Pseudosasa japonica Originally the plant was 18feet high last year in an old grove in South New Jersey.I topped it at 10feet for transportation purposes and overwintered it in a whisky barrel container.You can see the tremendous rhizome regrowth after 1 year.New Jersey
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<i> Pseudosasa japonica</i> 95 KB Pseudosasa japonica Arrow bamboo dug last year from south jersey free dig.You can tell this has recovered quite well.It was overwintered in a whisky barrel container.I am dividing this for some friends.New Jersey
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<i> Pseudosasa japonica</i> 254 KB Pseudosasa japonica Arrow dug from south jersey free dig last year.This is 1 year later.New Jersey
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<i> Pseudosasa japonica</i> 71 KB Pseudosasa japonica Photo from www.asianflora.com Used with permission from CÚdric Basset @ Asian Flora. Photographs from Southeast Asia..
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<i> Pseudosasa japonica</i> 134 KB Pseudosasa japonica Photo from www.bambusparadies.de. Used with permission from Marco Gleiter, Germany.Europe
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<i> Pseudosasa japonica</i> 106 KB Pseudosasa japonica Photo used with permission from Thomas @ http://bambooweb.online.fr/.Europe
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<i> Pseudosasa japonica</i> 143 KB Pseudosasa japonica Photo from www.mrbamboo.com.au Used with permission from Mr. Bamboo, Australia..
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<i> Pseudosasa japonica</i> 105 KB Pseudosasa japonica Photo from www.mrbamboo.com.au Used with permission from Mr. Bamboo, Australia..
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<i> Pseudosasa japonica</i> 78 KB Pseudosasa japonica Photo from www.bamboogiant.com Used with permission from Sandie @ Bamboo Giant Nursery--Aptos, CA.
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<i> Pseudosasa japonica</i> 247 KB Pseudosasa japonica This is a closeup showing the persistent culm sheaths on Arrow bamboo.Seattle area - Zone 8
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<i> Pseudosasa japonica</i> 246 KB Pseudosasa japonica This is a younger plant and is about 5' tall.Seattle area - Zone 8
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