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<i> Bambusa cornigera</i> 73 KB Bambusa cornigera Newly formed young rhizome of B. cornigera. There was minor damage done to the new rhizome in the process of digging out the parent culm and rhizome.Florida's SunCoast--West Central Florida, USA
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<i> Bambusa cornigera</i> 126 KB Bambusa cornigera Two new divisions showing the characteristic pendulous tips of B. cornigera.Florida's SunCoast--West Central Florida, USA
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<i> Bambusa cornigera</i> 59 KB Bambusa cornigera Even with a smaller sized culm and about 30 inches up from the basal node, the culm wall is very thick.Florida's SunCoast--West Central Florida, USA
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<i> Bambusa cornigera</i> 119 KB Bambusa cornigera Image showing size of leaf width and length.Florida's SunCoast--West Central Florida, USA
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<i> Bambusa cornigera</i> 84 KB Bambusa cornigera B. cornigera leaves have an exceptionally strong resemblance to the leaves of B. oldhamii.Florida's SunCoast--West Central Florida, USA
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<i> Bambusa cornigera</i> 184 KB Bambusa cornigera Images showing branch complement. In preliminary cold hardiness testing, B. cornigera seems to be slightly more cold hardy than B. oldhamii, which would put Min. Temp. F at around 20 degrees.Florida's SunCoast--West Central Florida, USA
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<i> Bambusa cornigera</i> 168 KB Bambusa cornigera Dr. Soejatmi Dransfield, of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, after examining culm sheaths and detailed images I sent to the Gardens, Dr. Dransfield tenative identified this bamboo as Bambusa Cornigera. 35 ft X 2.5 in.Florida's SunCoast--West Central Florida, USA
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