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Here culms the sun king....

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Bambusa chungii is leading the way...

Same plant, two angles...

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I just bought a small one of these, they sure are beautiful!

-Krishna

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Yeah baby!!!!!! :drool: I just love how the bamboo has transformed my gully in three short years. They are so crazy fast growing and tall!!!!!!

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And now, just over a week later, one of the emerging culms is skyrocketing. (That's me in the wig)

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These turn into big clumps very quickly. Its one of my favorites.

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a couple of weeks later...Chungii is going off, weather has been ideal for bamboo of late...love the powdery blue

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and Bambusa chungii nearly 2 months on:

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and the Ghost bamboo (Dendrocalumus Minor 'Amoenus') has now taken off:

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as has Timor Black (Bambusa lako)

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More from the blue boo of boom ? Gives you an idea of height of the chunky chungii..

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Buddah's Belly.

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The Ghost Bamboo (Dendrocalamus amoenus) is incredibly fast growing.......I had it in my last garden and it took over a huge area very quickly.....Once the Buddha Belly gets it's mojo on it is quick too!!!

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Wal your bamboo is looking great.

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