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Old 11-18-2010, 11:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Need Help IDing bamboo

Today I asked a local person if I could dig up a few bamboo plants from their grove. The bamboo plants were huge but I dug up a few baby plants. I was wondering if anyone could identify this bamboo plant. I have im going to keep it in a pot and set the pot in a hole for winter. Thanks

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Old 11-18-2010, 04:46 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Cameron, and you can photograph adult plants? It would be easier to define.
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It was in another city unfortunately. I thought it was just golden bamboo. The only thing I remember were the culms werent that thick and the plants had a weeping form to them and really dark green leaves. They were at least 12-13 feet
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Here mine Phyllostachys heteroclada, but it nevertheless differs from yours, in a picture, on a number of signs. At you Phyllostachys edulis or Moso. A good, beautiful version, it also very Cold Hardy.


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Wow Andrey those are beautiful pictures. I'm glad its cold hardy, thats mainly what I want. I planted a few little bamboo plants outside and I may plant the bigger plant tomorrow. Thanks again
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