Bambusa Valgarias

Bambusa vulgaris, also known as Golden Bamboo, is an open-clump type bamboo species. Among bamboo species, it is one of the largest and most easily recognized. It forms moderately loose clumps and has no thorns and has lemon-yellow culms (stems) with green stripes and dark green leaves. Stems are not straight, not easy to split, inflexible, thick-walled, and initially strong. The densely tufted culms grow 10–20 meters high and 4–10 centimeters thick. Culm leaves are deciduous with dense pubescence. Leaf blades are narrowly lanceolate. Though culms are basally straight it bent alternately in different directions, drooping at the tips. Culm walls are slightly thick. Nodes are slightly inflated. Internodes are centimeters. Several branches develop from mid-culm nodes and above.

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