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<i> Bambusa textilis</i> 'Scranton' 139 KB Bambusa textilis 'Scranton' New shoot 9/24/16 - Bambusas shoot this time of year. Scotts Valley, CA
Shoot
<i> Chusquea circinata</i> 137 KB Chusquea circinata
9/13/16 new shoot. This is shooting season for Chusqueas in my zone. This is my biggest shoot for this plant to date.
Scotts Valley, CA
Shoot
<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> Yushania maculata</i> 115 KB Yushania maculata .
Culm,Sheath
<i> Yushania maculata</i> 130 KB Yushania maculata OR coast
Culm,Sheath
<i> Bambusa chungii</i> 137 KB Bambusa chungii 9/3/16 new leaf. A recent acquisition from "Kentuck" in Texas. My 3rd or 4th attempt to grow chungii. So far so good. Scotts Valley, CA
Leaf
<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
Branch
<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
Leaf
<i> Chusquea culeou</i> 85 KB Chusquea culeou Double node experiment - trim branching/leaves at top culm (above soil level. Allow just enough to evaluate status of experiment.Scotts Valley, CA
Culm
<i> Chusquea culeou</i> 83 KB Chusquea culeou Double node experiment - get rid of branches/leaves and notch areas that will be below soil level.Scotts Valley, CA
Culm
<i> Chusquea culeou</i> 83 KB Chusquea culeou Double node propagation - another thick walled species that is a candidate. Scotts Valley, CA
Culm
<i> Chusquea sulcata</i> 86 KB Chusquea sulcata Double node propagation - You need very thick walled species for successful propagation. Photo of culm interior.Scotts Valley, CA
Culm
<i> Chusquea sulcata</i> 117 KB Chusquea sulcata Double node propagation - new branching after 3 mths. Two of five plantings have survived. No special soil or handling.Scotts Valley, CA
Branch
<i> Chusquea bilimekii</i> 160 KB Chusquea bilimekii This is a new species in my collection. Looks like it shuts down during winter ref the apparent damage in the photo, however, what appears dead or damaged seems to recover and produce new leaves. My Borinda frigidorum does the same.Scotts Valley, CA
Branch
<i> Chusquea pittieri</i> 109 KB Chusquea pittieri Summer 2016 shoot Scotts Valley, CA
Shoot
<i> Chusquea pittieri</i> 294 KB Chusquea pittieri Summer 2016 shootsScotts Valley, CA
Shoot
<i> Chusquea pittieri</i> 119 KB Chusquea pittieri New 20016 summer shoot.Scotts Valley, CA
Shoot
<i> Phyllostachys bambusoides</i> 'Marliac' 109 KB Phyllostachys bambusoides 'Marliac' This species seemed to have flowered a couple of years ago. Note the early stripes and keeps shooting.Scotts Valley, CA
Shoot
<i> Phyllostachys bambusoides</i> 'Richard Haubrich' 81 KB Phyllostachys bambusoides 'Richard Haubrich' New shoots in 2016. 3 shoots 1.5 inches in diameter.Bremerton, WA
Culm,Shoot
<i> Phyllostachys bambusoides</i> 'Richard Haubrich' 346 KB Phyllostachys bambusoides 'Richard Haubrich' Planted in 2012. It has spread an entire 1.5 feet in radius over 4 years. It is shooting in the picture. This picture was taken July 2016. The shoots are 1.5 inches in diameter this year.Bremerton, WA
Plant

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