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<i> Fargesia sp.</i> 'Scabrida' 164 KB Fargesia sp. 'Scabrida' OR Coast
Culm,Sheath
<i> Himalayacalamus falconeri</i> 'Damarapa' 231 KB Himalayacalamus falconeri 'Damarapa' Color changing on the culm as plant gets direct winter sun.Scotts Valley, CA
Culm
<i> Thamnocalamus nepalensis</i> 'Nyalam' 312 KB Thamnocalamus nepalensis 'Nyalam' No sun/shade info on the species list. Mine is doing good in a 3 zone. It does not like a lot of direct sun. Max height is shown as 8 ft - mine is around 6 ft. Scotts Valley, Ca
Plant
<i> Phyllostachys bambusoides</i> 226 KB Phyllostachys bambusoides Rhizome 1/8/18 shot to the surface then took a dive down below surface. Runners shoot rhizomes in zone 9b late fall to early to end winter. Low night time temps are running upper 20's/ low 30's. Scotts Valley, CA
Rhizome
<i> Bambusa ventricosa</i> 'Golden Buddha' 322 KB Bambusa ventricosa 'Golden Buddha' Very hardy - does well in almost any sun/shade zone with little care.
Less damage than other bambusas re temps and wind. Fountain shape covers a lot of area - a good barrier. No bulging nodes in my zone.
Scotts Valley, CA
Plant
<i> Fargesia nitida</i> 'Gansu 2' 139 KB Fargesia nitida 'Gansu 2' Scotts Valley, CA
Branch
<i> Phyllostachys nigra</i> 'Bory' 145 KB Phyllostachys nigra 'Bory' Comparison of coloring on newer culms (green/brown) and mature (yellow/brown)Scotts Valley, CA
Shoot
<i> Bambusa chungii</i> 89 KB Bambusa chungii Close up hair on branch tips Scotts Valley, CA
Leaf,Branch
<i> Fargesia nitida</i> 'Jiuzhaigou 01' 164 KB Fargesia nitida 'Jiuzhaigou 01' from green to red, Aug through DecOR Coast
Culm
<i> Chusquea pittieri</i> 111 KB Chusquea pittieri New shoot - abt 4 weeks old. 12/23/17Scotts Valley Ca
Shoot
<i> Semiarundinaria fortis</i> 119 KB Semiarundinaria fortis Culm color starts to turn red-brown with direct winter sun.Scotts Valley, Ca
Culm
<i> Bambusa eutuldoides</i> 'Viridivittata' 192 KB Bambusa eutuldoides 'Viridivittata' New shoot - night temps in the mid to low 30's. Normal shooting season.Scotts Valley, CA
Shoot
<i> Bambusa pervariabilis</i> 'Viridistriatus' 135 KB Bambusa pervariabilis 'Viridistriatus' 12/3/17 shoot. Note Bambusa's shoot in the coldest time of year in my zone.Scotts Valley, CA
Shoot
<i> Semiarundinaria yashadake</i> 'Kimmei' 134 KB Semiarundinaria yashadake 'Kimmei' Grove gets direct winter sun - culms develop red/pink color. 12/2/17 Scotts Valley, CA
Culm
<i> Chusquea pittieri</i> 183 KB Chusquea pittieri Pictorial definition of a tight clumper. 3 new shoots almost on top of one another. Scotts Valley, CA
Shoot
<i> Himalayacalamus hookerianus</i> 226 KB Himalayacalamus hookerianus Over a year since these culms started flowering. Minor leaf growth noted then but none now. No culm death yet. Seeds are just starting to mature.Scotts Valley, CA
Flower
<i> Chusquea pittieri</i> 314 KB Chusquea pittieri Chusqueas are starting to shoot as of 11/26/17.Scotts Valley, Ca
Shoot
<i> Sarocalamus faberi</i> 144 KB Sarocalamus faberi Shoot at about 6 weeks. Shoots in late fall.Scotts Valley, Ca
Shoot
<i> Chimonobambusa quadrangularis</i> 125 KB Chimonobambusa quadrangularis species is a runner but shoots late fall and early winterScotts Valley, Ca
Shoot
<i> Bambusa chungii</i> 109 KB Bambusa chungii A squirrel took out a little more than 1/2 inch of the lower culm. This photo shows the cavity filled with Gorilla Glue. The culm is continuing to grow taller. This technique appears to work better than splints. Scotts Valley, Ca
Culm

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