- Flower nameSinobambusa tootsik
- Scientific nameSinobambusa tootsik
- Aliasトウチク, 大名竹, 唐竹
- Place of originTaiwan from the southern part of China
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering season
What is Sinobambusa tootsik
Sinobambusa tootsik or Daimyo Cchiku (scientific name: Sinobambusa tootsik) is native to Taiwan from the southern part of China, is a perennial evergreen bamboo of the family Poaceae. It is long between 60 and 80 cm between the clause and the clause and it is popular as a hedge and a garden bamboo because it is beautiful so that the leaves can be densely clustered in pruning by pruning. Bamboo shoots (bamboo shoots) that come out during the rainy season are edible with skin color purple. The purple color of the leather can be seen in the section of the node even if it grows into bamboo. The genus name 'Sinobambusa' means 'Sino' (Chinese) + 'bambusa' (Horaikiku) coined words, "tootsik" means "Toshiuku (Tang Bamboo)".
Generic name: Sinobambusa tootsik or Daimyo Cchiku, Scientific name: Sinobambusa tootsik, aka: Toshiku, Origin: South China to Taiwan, life type: perennial evergreen bamboo, tree height: 5 to 8 m , Tree diameter: 3 ~ 5 cm, leaf form: lanceolate form, bamboo shoot period: June, skin color: purple, petal: none.