8 responses to “Phyllostachys vivax ‘Aureocaulis’”

  1. van

    Wonderful. My favorite bamboo!

  2. elizabeth a airhart

    lovely picture selby gardens has
    lovely plants tall after all these years
    daniel the storey about finding a new
    tree species in madagascar
    a self destructing palm tree
    100 years old is on the net
    in linnean journal today
    coryphoid?
    it blooms every 100 years
    could you all look it up
    and perhaps comment than you

  3. Beverley

    Phyllostachys vivax – Z8 – RHS Index of Garden Plants, Griffiths
    Phyllostachys vivax – Z7-10 – A-Z Encyclopedia of Garden Plants, Brickell, Cole, Zuk
    Phyllostachys, fil-los-tak-is, from Gr. phyllon, a leaf, and stachys, a spike, the flowers in leafy spikes. Plant Names Simplified, Johnson and Smith

  4. Michael F

    daniel the storey about finding a new tree species in madagascar a self destructing palm tree
    Here’s some info about the new palm:
    http://www.kew.org/scihort/news/new_palm_genus.html

  5. Margaret-Rae Davis

    This is so good to see and the Photograps are great. With all the interest in using Bamboo for building and floors and since it is fast growing I am pleased to learn more about it.
    Thank you,
    Margaret-Rae

  6. Bambugiga

    Beautiful bamboo

  7. Knox

    A sincere thanks to Michael F. for the reference to the Tahina spectabilis palm. Fascinating.

  8. Zeby

    Great photo, we sell these at Floraselect, each year bring lorry load in from in from Galicia in Spain, they have got to be my favorite bamboo giving a realy good grove effect without being to dense and a slightley drooping habit.

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