Moso frost-resistant bamboo (lat. Phyllostachys edulis Moso), (lat. Bambusa) or Phyllostachys fluffy, Phyllostachys heterocycla, pubescens, pubescens Mazel - fluffy Mazel, Bambusa edulis - bamboo mushroom, Mao bamboo, Mousou-Bambus.
Moso bamboo is a hard-to-germinate plant!
The tallest bamboo grows in the Central European climate and is in the greatest demand for its decorative blue tall stems. In China, at home, it grows to gigantic sizes up to 27 m in height in Korea up to 15 m in height. In Europe, it reaches an average of 10 meters in height, and the stem volume is up to 20 cm.
Moso bamboo grows in bamboo forests and is used as wood for construction, carpentry and decorative products, Moso stems for wood begin to be harvested after five years.
Moso bamboo is the most popular bamboo for bamboo wood. But also Moso bamboo and one of the most popular as the tallest bamboo in decorative gardening in the Central European climate, has thick green stems with a blue tint, yellowish in age, which looks very beautiful and exotic in the garden.
The leaves are thick, large, juicy green in color. A tall Moso bamboo on a large garden plot will create a truly unforgettable exotic bamboo forest.