Bamboos of Bhutan: An Illustrated Guide
An identification guide illustrated with line drawings, with descriptions and notes on distribution, ecology, uses and propagation - a very useful handbook for gardeners and nurserymen. Published for the Overseas Development Administration and the Forestry Research Programme, University of Oxford.
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Methods of propagation
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aerial roots Ampelocalamus areas Arundinaria balcooa bamboos Bambusa Bambusa multiplex bans base Borinda branchlets brown hairs browsed central branches Cephalostachyum Cephalostachyum latifolium Chimonobambusa Chimonocalamus ciliate Clump-forming clumps cross-veins Culm & culm culm cuttings culm internodes culm nodes Culm sheath apex culm sheath auricles culm sheath blade Culm sheath ligule culm walls cultivated deciduous dense hairs difﬁcult distinguished Drepanostachyum dullooa eastern Bhutan edges Fargesia ﬁg ﬁrst ﬂexible ﬂowers genera grazing grow hairs Culm sheath hairy height Himalayacalamus Himalayas hirsuta Keng f Leaf sheath culm leaf veins leaves long internodes long ligule malingo Melocanna Melocanna baccifera microphylla Munro Neohouzeaua Nepal nutans patellaris plants propagation Pseudostachyum R.B. Majumdar racemosa recognised rhizome necks ring of hairs Schizostachyum seed seedlings serrated sheath culm sheath sheath I tall shoots short ligule Sikkim similar Sinarundinaria spreading bristles subsp subtropical swollen nodes technique Teinostachyum Thamnocalamus thin tulda upright bristles upright culms usually weaving Yushania species