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HAVE: Fargesia rufa

Posted by stockwell 6 (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 3, 06 at 13:05

I have this very nice rufa that I divided last fall. It's a nice healthy vigorous plant putting up a steady supply of shoots. I'm looking to trade it for a healthy stabilized nigra.
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RE: HAVE: Fargesia rufa

Nice plant... if you dont get any takers... I have some second year Moso that are 3 foot. Have 2 clumps of 3-4 culms remaining. Any one interested...drop me a line... looking to trade for other Bamboo so let me know what you have.

RE: HAVE: Fargesia rufa

chk my 2006 exchange list. I have 1 Rufa but would like another. Rgds

RE: HAVE: Fargesia rufa

CJ, I allready have plenty of moso. Fred, I dont see anything that intrests me on your new list, Might you have any vivax aureocaulis?

RE: HAVE: Fargesia rufa

  • Posted by nomadh 10-11/so cal (My Page) on
    Thu, Jul 27, 06 at 19:42

Your Rufa sounds like the fargasia I need here in San Diego. Unfortunatly if fred doesnt have anything you want then I wonder what I could offer. I have lots of other plants, some orchids and many pond plants if that interests you?
I'll take a look at trade lists and see if I can come up with other ideas. LMK what else you may want, Damon

RE: HAVE: Fargesia rufa

I'm interested in your Rufa if you still have it. I've got several good P. Nigra (3-5 gallon, 2-6') to trade, or quite a few others (about 50 species total). I'm in zone 9, bay area so most of what I've got would do great where you are.


Fargesia rufa

Folks, I have these... Whats the best way and time of year to split up a clump?

Thanks for this and any other guidance about these.


RE: HAVE: Fargesia rufa

In the spring before the shoots have begun to emerge significantly. If you do it too late in the shooting process they end up aborting.

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