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<i> Chusquea pittieri</i> 78 KB Chusquea pittieri 3/4/17 - another climber. Note dominate branch used to grasp other plants.Scotts Valley, CA
Branch
<i> Chusquea circinata</i> 78 KB Chusquea circinata 3/4/17 - Dominate branch developing. Considerably larger than other branches. This is a climber so it is used to grasp other plants as it climbs.Scotts Valley, Ca
Branch
<i> Chusquea culeou</i> 216 KB Chusquea culeou New shoot 2/2017 - temps 55 day 45 night. Mild temps but chaotic wind and rain. Rain season at 82 inches so far. Wind gusts at times 50 to 60mph. Local river has crested at plus 20ft. Scotts Valley, CA
Shoot
<i> Fargesia nitida</i> 'Jiuzhaigou 01' 327 KB Fargesia nitida 'Jiuzhaigou 01' wet, dry, opened, closed sparse winter foliageOR Coast
Culm,Leaf
<i> Dendrocalamus sp.</i> 'Parker's Giant' 144 KB Dendrocalamus sp. 'Parker's Giant' Closeup on D. Parker's Giant flower. Florida's Suncoast, Tampa, Fl. Photo by Roy Rogers Tampa, Florida
Flower
<i> Chusquea gigantea</i> 277 KB Chusquea gigantea Dec. 2016 - see red colored new shoots. Current temps = low 30's to high 50's. Shooting season will last abt 5 months. Main grove 24 X12ft. First plant purchased 2002 but stayed potted for 3 or 4 years.
Height abt. 35 ft.
SCotts Vallet, Ca
Shoot
<i> Dendrocalamus sp.</i> 'Parker's Giant' 270 KB Dendrocalamus sp. 'Parker's Giant' D.Sp. 'Parker's Giant' flowering on Florida's SunCoast, Tampa, FL. No actually seeds yet, but 1000s of flowers on all plants. The plants started flowering late Summer. .
Flower
<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> Borinda lushuiensis</i> 251 KB Borinda lushuiensis Dec. 2016 - new shootScotts Valley, CA
Shoot
<i> Borinda lushuiensis</i> 241 KB Borinda lushuiensis New Dec. 2016 shoot. Mountain bamboo species typically start shooting in late winter.Scotts Valley, CA
Shoot
<i> Bambusa emeiensis</i> 'Flavidovirens' 358 KB Bambusa emeiensis 'Flavidovirens' Viral shoot continues to climb over winter 2016-2017. Will end up 2x or more in height over mother plant.Scotts Valley, CA
Shoot
Oligostachyum sulcatum, rhubarb Pleioblastus 99 KB Oligostachyum sulcatum, rhubarb Pleioblastus .
Oligostachyum sulcatum, rhubarb Pleioblastus 127 KB Oligostachyum sulcatum, rhubarb Pleioblastus .
Oligostachyum sulcatum, rhubarb Pleioblastus 95 KB Oligostachyum sulcatum, rhubarb Pleioblastus .
Oligostachyum sulcatum, rhubarb Pleioblastus 104 KB Oligostachyum sulcatum, rhubarb Pleioblastus .
Oligostachyum sulcatum, rhubarb Pleioblastus 87 KB Oligostachyum sulcatum, rhubarb Pleioblastus .
Oligostachyum sulcatum, rhubarb Pleioblastus 99 KB Oligostachyum sulcatum, rhubarb Pleioblastus .
<i> Indosasa gigantea</i> 118 KB Indosasa gigantea .

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