Running bamboo is the fastest growing type of bamboo plant in the world and has over 700 species. The most common and probably & # 39; King's bamboo from about 80 species of the genus Phyllostachys. The fastest growing popular bamboo species is Phyllostachys aurea (golden bamboo or fishing rod); Phyllostachys bambusoides (giant tree bamboo); Phyllostachys nigra (black bamboo); Phyllostachys nigra & henonis & # 39; (Blue bamboo); Phyllostachys pubescens (Moso Bamboo); and Phyllostachys sulphurea (Robert Young Bamboo). The golden bamboo or fishing rod bamboo plants, as they are called in the south, have light-green or gold-colored stems that are quickly ½ to 2 inches in diameter and up to 30 meters high, with leaves and poles of similar color. The Golden Bamboo was the first of the Phyllostachys bamboo varieties introduced in the United States in 1882. In Alabama, where bamboo was primarily used as a fast-growing windshield, it was planted by southern tobacco growers. Pillars of gold bamboo probably landed more fish in the southeastern United States than any other fishing gear, hence the name, bamboo fishing pole, Phyllostachys aurea. The Giant Tree Bamboo is dark green or gold in stem, which grows to 100 feet in height and can be up to 6 inches in diameter with green foliage.
The popular known bamboo cultivation is the Japanese wood bamboo, Phyllostachys bambusoides, since it was introduced from Japan in the 1910s. The giant tree bamboo was expected by the USDA to be a huge commercial success as a result of its use in erosion and construction, and its nutritious edible shoots. The use of the renewable American Forest Forest as a bamboo product has never been exploited due to the resistance and resistance of the strong American lumber industry and lobby, whose investments have been planted in the once-huge renewable pine and oak forests. In the lower half of North America.
Black bamboo, Phyllostachys nigra, grows rapidly with a bright green stem that turns dark purple or black in about 18 months. The black bamboo palm (stem) is 1 to 2 inches in diameter and grows to reach 30 feet in height with beautiful contrast of green leaves. Black bamboo has been regarded as the "crown jewel" of the bamboo world for centuries and still in China and Japan. Emperors and aristocrats alike decorate their gardens with this choice of black bamboo. Black bamboo is highly respected in cabinet work and is essential to the coffins of wealthy Eastern families, a symbol of beauty and success. Black bamboo usually brings the highest dollar for shopping in gardening centers because of its unparalleled decorative beauty.
Blue Bamboo, Phyllostachys nigra & Henon, also known as Henon Bamboo, or Phyllostachys nigra & Henon. However, the Henon Bamboo is larger than black bamboo, the poles are 3.5 inches in diameter and 50 feet in height. The Blue Henon bamboo stalk is a light green color, but over time, a misty silicon layer is added to give a gray-blue appearance. Blue Henon bamboo color contrasts with green leaves. Known as blue bamboo, thanks to this silicone recovery, the blue Henon bamboo resembles its cousin, black bamboo, rare and highly regarded. Blue henon bamboo is typically grown only for its ornamental value.
Moso Bamboo (Phyllostachys pubescens) is the most valuable bamboo species in the world, using millions of hectares in the world. Washed bamboo stems are considered the widest and most beautiful, grow to a diameter of 3 to 7 inches, and rise to 80 feet along a set of relatively small green leaves. The potential uses of Moso Bamboo seem endless, ranging from food, building materials, paper, irrigation, pharmaceuticals, musical instruments, beer and even diesel. Yes, if "existing powers" allow it, this bamboo can be used to change the world economy and the lives of billions. Moso bamboo is considered to be of infinite beauty; This beautiful visual effect has recently attracted the attention of millions of viewers in Hollywood productions such as Crouching Tiger, The Hidden Dragon, The Last Samurai and other films about bamboo plants growing in Chinese forests. Moso Bamboo is a rare, highly sought after abnormal form with an abdominal abdomen in interodecone tight clusters; Occasionally oblique nodes, or even zigzag deformations, are interesting. These Moso bamboo poles & # 39; turtle-shell & # 39; bamboo, and we appreciate buying and distributing expensive handicrafts or furniture. Moso bamboo, like all species, is a renewable resource, and new moso bamboo plants recover from their roots after cutting. Therefore, if grown as a source of paper products, Moso Bamboo can compete with today's dominant lumber industry and be more compatible with our environment.
Robert Young Bamboo, Phyllostachys sulphurea, is also a very large bamboo, with green stalks, dense green leaves. The bars are 2 to 6 inches in diameter and 50 feet high. Robert Young is named after Bamboo for his discovery and is mainly used as an ornament.
Running bamboo species are distributed by underground rhizomes, which form a 360-degree growth pattern and can grow indefinitely. However, the roots are shallow (only 1 and 2 feet deep) and can be largely controlled by root gauges made of thick gauge plastic or concrete. Hotels and private terraces around the world plant and grow these award-winning ornamental bamboos in terracotta or cement plantations. This method of growing bamboo limits the ability of the bamboo plant to reach its maximum size. Running bamboo species are widely planted for fast growing erosion protection, data protection and wind breaks, and bamboo can be cut to the desired height. Bamboo is generally not particularly soil-specific, although neutral soil (pH = 7) is preferred. Bamboo can tolerate full sun or partial shade. Despite this mistake, bamboo palms (stems) appear largely in spring, with a constant diameter that always remains for each pole fiber. Each year, as the weight of the bamboo root grows stronger, more and more cultures appear until it grows to that species. largest diameter.