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<i> Bambusa chungii</i> 300 KB Bambusa chungii New shoot 10/1/19Scotts Valley, CA
Shoot
Unknown 82 KB Unknown Esparto, CA
Shoot
Phyllostachys Shanghai 3 242 KB Phyllostachys Shanghai 3 Early June 2019 - Plant via Needmore.
Flower
<i> Pleioblastus chino</i> 'Murakamiansus' 68 KB Pleioblastus chino 'Murakamiansus' Flowering noted early June. Plant originated from Needmore.Scotts Valley, CA
Flower
<i> Chusquea culeou</i> 'Llaima' 149 KB Chusquea culeou 'Llaima' Seeds attached to branch 10 weeks after flowering noted.Scotts Valley, CA
Flower
<i> Bambusa sp.</i> 'Clone X' 429 KB Bambusa sp. 'Clone X' New shootS. Alabama. Zone 8b/9a
Culm,Shoot
<i> Bashania fargesii</i> 213 KB Bashania fargesii A very aggressive runner but fairly easy to control because the roots are shallow. The data on this species re ABM is questionable re 2 inch diameter. .
Rhizome
<i> Pleioblastus simonii</i> 114 KB Pleioblastus simonii Lower branching is last to develop abt 1 to 1 1/2 years. As you can see the dominant branch is quite large. Scotts Valley, CA
Branch
<i> Pleioblastus simonii</i> 199 KB Pleioblastus simonii close up of bud/shoot development 5/8/19Scotts Valley, CA
Shoot
<i> Borinda lushuiensis</i> 205 KB Borinda lushuiensis 5/6/19 shootScotts Valley, CA
Shoot
<i> Pleioblastus simonii</i> 145 KB Pleioblastus simonii 5/6/19 shootScotts Valley, CA
Shoot
<i> Chusquea culeou</i> 'Llaima' 70 KB Chusquea culeou 'Llaima' update from 3/31/19 - photo taken 5/5/19 shows that anthers are starting to fall off and seeds are maturing but secured to branches.Scotts Valley, CA
Flower
<i> Chusquea culeou</i> 'Llaima' 121 KB Chusquea culeou 'Llaima' The items hanging from developing seeds are anthers where pollen is stored. Ref ABS info on flowering.Scotts Valley, CA
Flower
<i> Chusquea culeou</i> 'Llaima' 278 KB Chusquea culeou 'Llaima' Plant is flowering but just sent out a new shoot.Scotts Valley, CA
Shoot
<i> Chusquea culeou</i> 'Llaima' 73 KB Chusquea culeou 'Llaima' Note attachments hanging from seeds. Part of flower ie stylus? Scotts Valley, CA
Flower
<i> Phyllostachys bambusoides</i> 'Richard Haubrich' 88 KB Phyllostachys bambusoides 'Richard Haubrich' All the leaves on this yellow culm look like the picture. Pic taken in August 2018. All the leaves on this culm died during the winter as I was worried would happen. New pure orange leaves are now emerging in April 2019. Looks like it survived.Silverdale, WA
Leaf
<i> Phyllostachys bambusoides</i> 'Richard Haubrich' 81 KB Phyllostachys bambusoides 'Richard Haubrich' This shoot only has one leaf displaying a single green stripe. All the other leaves are pure orange. The yellow of the new culm is very bright compared to the cream stripes that randomly appear on the green culms common to this variety.Silverdale, WA
Branch
<i> Phyllostachys bambusoides</i> 'Richard Haubrich' 135 KB Phyllostachys bambusoides 'Richard Haubrich' The stress of the transplant must have created this amazing coloration. Yellow culms with green sulcus and random green stripping. Only one leaf so far has a green stripe. I sent photos to Bamboo Garden Nursery in Oregon. Hoping its a new variety.Silverdale, WA
Culm
<i> Phyllostachys bambusoides</i> 'Richard Haubrich' 120 KB Phyllostachys bambusoides 'Richard Haubrich' One of many new shoots in August 2018 after transplanting. This shoot looks different from all the others. No green stripping in the sheath blades.Silverdale, WA
Shoot
<i> Phyllostachys bambusoides</i> 'Richard Haubrich' 286 KB Phyllostachys bambusoides 'Richard Haubrich' Had a new home built and had to transplant. I removed all the larger culms in March 2017 and wrapped the root ball in burlap. I weighed over 400lbs. I moved the bamboo to a temp location before I could plant it in May of 2018 in the location shown.Silverdale, WA
Plant

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