Bamboo, also known as bamboo. There are many varieties, such as Arrow Bamboo. Perennial gramineous Bambusoideae (Bambusaceae or Bamboo) is a branch of gramineous family with woody stems. Bambusoideae (Bambusaceae or Bamboo) has the most concentrated distribution in tropical and subtropical regions, east Asia and southeast Asia, and the Indian Ocean and Pacific islands.
Usually by creeping underground rhizome into a sheet growth, but also by flowering seed reproduction, the seed is known as bamboo rice. Some kinds of bamboo shoots are edible. Bamboo sticks are tall and straight, slender, four seasons green, proud snow ling frost, loved by the Chinese people, and plum, orchid, chrysanthemum and known as the four gentlemen, and plum, pine and known as the year cold three friends, ancient and modern literati, love bamboo chanting bamboo many.
Bamboo is a tall arboreal grass plant. There are more than 70 genera and more than 1,000 species recorded, but many of them are synonyms. Bamboo is a tall, fast-growing grass plant with woody stems. Distributed in tropical, subtropical to warm temperate regions. East and southeast Asia and the Indian Ocean and Pacific islands are the most concentrated and diverse. The overground stems of bamboo are hollow and woody (we call them bamboo stems). They grow in clusters from the underground stems (rhizomes) of bamboo.
The smallest species of bamboo, its stem height of 10 to 15 cm, the largest species of bamboo, its stem up to 40 meters above. Mature bamboos produce horizontal branches, blade sword-shaped, petiolate, young leaves straight from stem. While some species grow rapidly (up to 0.3 metres per day), most do not flower until 12 to 120 years after they have grown. Bamboo flowers and seeds only once in its life.
Bamboo underground stem (commonly known as the bamboo whip) is horizontal growth, the middle of a little empty, but also knot and many and dense, on the node with many fibrous roots and shoots. Some of the bud
Bamboo shoots grow out of the ground and grow into bamboo.other shoots do not grow out of the ground, but grow sideways and develop into new underground stems. Therefore, bamboo grows in patches and forests. Young whips and shoots are edible.
In autumn and winter, bamboo shoots have not grown out of the ground, then dug out is called winter bamboo shoots. In spring, the bamboo shoots grow out of the ground. Winter bamboo shoots and bamboo shoots are common food in Chinese dishes. In spring, bamboo shoots wait for the spring rain in the dry soil.