Tuesday, June 29, 2010


Pseudosasa is a genus with two species widespread in China, Korea and Japan. It is perennial, shrub-like grass with a dense and flaedækkende growth. Rhizomes are scaly.

The above-ground shoots are up for imminent with furrowed internodes. Knees are only slightly swollen. Side shoots are sitting 1-3 together at each knee. They are powerful and create the magazine markets, there are closed initially.

The leaves are up or back bent and narrow triangular or ribbon shaped. The flowers are grouped in open tops or bunches are composed ef 30-30 spikelets. The flowers are smaller and three-tallige. The fruits are nuts.

Source: http://da.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pseudosasa

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