Phyllostachys nigra


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Synonyms for Phyllostachys nigra

small bamboo having thin green culms turning shining black

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A clump of black bamboo, Phyllostachys nigra, takes up little room and looks great.
Comparison of chlorophyll fluorescence parameters in four cultivars of Phyllostachys nigra.
Phyllostachys nigra, black bamboo, which reaches a height of 5m, is a brilliant clump-forming type, with arching canes which turn black after a couple of years, and looks wonderful in a modern, minimalist setting.
Phyllostachys nigra, black bamboo, which reaches a height of 5m (16ft), is a brilliant clump-forming type - with arching canes which turn black after a couple of years - and looks wonderful in a modern, minimalist setting.
SHINY steel containers and an orange backdrop make the perfect setting for the glossy black bamboo, Phyllostachys nigra, which makes an upright shape with finger-thick canes.
Phyllostachys nigra with its black stems are now as freely available as Phyllostachys aurea with yellow stems.
Add clumps of bamboo - Phyllostachys nigra, with its canes like polished ebony, and the gold-stemmed Phyllostachys aurea are outstanding.
Choose Phyllostachys aureosulcata for golden yellow, grooved canes or Phyllostachys nigra for dramatic black verticals.
THE hardy, yellow-stemmed bamboo phyllostachys aureocalis and the black-stemmed variety phyllostachys nigra are among the must-have varieties - especially if you strip off the lower leaves to expose their colourful stems.
Choice bamboos include Phyllostachys nigra (black bamboo), which shows off its shiny black canes in a sunny spot and makes a great subject for a big pot.
Tall bamboos are superb - particularly the black-stemmed Phyllostachys nigra, and two golden-stemmed varieties, P.
BLACK Bamboo Phyllostachys nigra is an "architectural" plant that will create a fantastic focal point in your garden.
Watch out for Phyllostachys Nigra, a variety with shiny black stems which looks fabulous in a large terracotta pot.
A beautiful way of displaying them is in front of a clump of slender bamboos such as the black-stemmed Phyllostachys nigra, or the golden-yellow stemmed Ph.