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<i> Ampelocalamus scandens</i> 96 KB Ampelocalamus scandens New shoot 2/2017 - Fantastic growth of new shoots in early 2017, part of a extremely wet rain season (89 inches). Scotts Valley, CA
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<i> Ampelocalamus scandens</i> 97 KB Ampelocalamus scandens 2/2017 new shootScotts Valley, CA
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<i> Ampelocalamus scandens</i> 255 KB Ampelocalamus scandens Spring 2016 - purchased in 1994. This was one of the first plants of this species to be introduced to the U.S. From the Karl Bareis collection. Scotts Valley, CA
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<i> Ampelocalamus scandens</i> 94 KB Ampelocalamus scandens 2015 shoot - note purple hair.Scotts Valley, Ca
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<i> Ampelocalamus scandens</i> 97 KB Ampelocalamus scandens closeup of a new 2014 shoot showing complex hair developmentScotts Valley, CA
Branch
<i> Ampelocalamus scandens</i> 169 KB Ampelocalamus scandens Culms of various maturity. Light blue are the yearlings. Dark green last years culms. Yellow-green are mature culms. Note white rings under the nodes.Scotts Valley, CA
Culm
<i> Ampelocalamus scandens</i> 53 KB Ampelocalamus scandens New branching rear view.Scotts Valley, CA
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<i> Ampelocalamus scandens</i> 52 KB Ampelocalamus scandens New branching front view. Looks like a spider. Mother plant was one of the first planst of this species brought to the US from China in the late 1990's. Scotts Valley, CA
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<i> Ampelocalamus scandens</i> 84 KB Ampelocalamus scandens Scotts Valley CA
Culm
<i> Ampelocalamus scandens</i> 95 KB Ampelocalamus scandens Scotts Vallet< CA
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<i> Ampelocalamus scandens</i> 74 KB Ampelocalamus scandens Photo from www.tropicalbamboo.com Used with permission from Robert @ Tropical Bamboo Nursery, Loxahatchee, FL.
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<i> Ampelocalamus scandens</i> 92 KB Ampelocalamus scandens Photo from www.tropicalbamboo.com Used with permission from Robert @ Tropical Bamboo Nursery, Loxahatchee, FL.
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<i> Ampelocalamus scandens</i> 39 KB Ampelocalamus scandens ABS characterizes this plant is viney. This is a closeup which shows the spidery branches that attach to surrounding plants. This is a tight mountain clumper from Yunnan, China. Professor Xue Jiru introduced it to the U.S. Purchased from Karl Bareis. ItScotts Valley, Ca - Residence
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<i> Ampelocalamus scandens</i> 88 KB Ampelocalamus scandens close up of stunning fimbriae,on young culm.photo by shane at utopia nurseries&landscapes.Coffsharbour,N.S.W AustraliaAustalia
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<i> Ampelocalamus scandens</i> 94 KB Ampelocalamus scandens close up of stunning fimbriae,on young culm.photo by shane at utopia nurseries&landscapes.Coffsharbour, N.S.W Australia
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<i> Ampelocalamus scandens</i> 60 KB Ampelocalamus scandens Photo used with permission from Otto @ www.bambusarium.de, Germany..
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<i> Ampelocalamus scandens</i> 86 KB Ampelocalamus scandens Photo used with permission from Otto @ www.bambusarium.de, Germany..
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<i> Ampelocalamus scandens</i> 59 KB Ampelocalamus scandens Photo from www.bamboogarden.org. Used with permission from Bamboo Garden @ Foothill College.Los Altos, CA
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<i> Ampelocalamus scandens</i> 47 KB Ampelocalamus scandens Photo from www.chinabamboocentre.com Used with permission from Susan Chou, President @ China Bamboo Centre.China
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