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PostPosted: Thu Jun 16, 2016 6:24 pm 
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Although the culms have already drifted from red towards orange I think red-hot still applies.:angryfire:
The wintergreen leaves of GenF just beginning to replenish.


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 17, 2016 1:33 pm 
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My Bambusa ventricosa 'Kimmei' has several deep pink to maroon new culms right now but that is just freaking awesome red there. I wonder how much your climate has to do with it?

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Really striking! :shock:

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Is that Photoshop or Gimp photo colour enhance function? Because I have to think this colour is way too cool to be true. :mrgreen:

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 17, 2016 11:09 pm 
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wind-borne;

Is this the first year you've seen such striking culm colour or is it a regular occurrence? Also wondering how much sun it gets. I ask as I got 'Genf' from Bamboo Garden a few years ago and it's still in a tub, a big one mind you, but sitting in bright shade so no fireworks like yours here. Puts J.#1 to shame eh?

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 18, 2016 12:35 am 
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Tarzanus wrote:
Is that Photoshop or Gimp photo colour enhance function? Because I have to think this colour is way too cool to be true. :mrgreen:


No photos I post have any enhancement, post processing, etc.
I take lots of photos but refuse to work on them outside of an occasional crop/straighten

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 18, 2016 12:59 am 
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johnw wrote:
wind-borne;

Is this the first year you've seen such striking culm colour or is it a regular occurrence? Also wondering how much sun it gets. I ask as I got 'Genf' from Bamboo Garden a few years ago and it's still in a tub, a big one mind you, but sitting in bright shade so no fireworks like yours here. Puts J.#1 to shame eh?

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same color last year, only had plant year and a half. 1 gallon that I divided immediately.
This GenF gets full sun late fall through early spring and afternoon sun late spring to early fall.
My other GenF is almost the opposite light regime and less striking as far as culm color.

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 18, 2016 2:34 am 
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needmore wrote:
My Bambusa ventricosa 'Kimmei' has several deep pink to maroon new culms right now but that is just freaking awesome red there. I wonder how much your climate has to do with it?


likely the indecent amount of open exposure :oops:

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 19, 2016 3:43 pm 
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wind-borne wrote:
johnw wrote:
wind-borne;

Is this the first year you've seen such striking culm colour or is it a regular occurrence? Also wondering how much sun it gets. I ask as I got 'Genf' from Bamboo Garden a few years ago and it's still in a tub, a big one mind you, but sitting in bright shade so no fireworks like yours here. Puts J.#1 to shame eh?

john

same color last year, only had plant year and a half. 1 gallon that I divided immediately.
This GenF gets full sun late fall through early spring and afternoon sun late spring to early fall.
My other GenF is almost the opposite light regime and less striking as far as culm color.


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John, couple pics of the other half of GenF division as contrast. Odd that this plant has about a half dozen new shoots ~4’ already branching out and the bright one’s first shoot just now rising.
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Tarzanus, maybe strong sunlight bleeding the colors rather than the glistening afterglow of a night of rain looks truer? :alien:


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 19, 2016 6:34 pm 
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That it one sexy bamboo, wind-borne. Gorgeous.


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Moderators, please bar posting of any more photos of this variety. It's too gorgeous and is making me envious! :wink:

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