Here are some of my moso shoot pictures, all from the in-ground moso. The tallest one is well over 2ft now, but the fattest ones will ultimately end up the tallest at the end.
The up-size can be seen pretty clearly in these pictures where sometimes, the new shoots are double the diameter of the old culms next to them.
Here are some of the parvifolia shoots from my 1 culm field division taken last summer. There are so far 11 shoots averaging the same size as the original division, most of them coming up along the side of the pot.
Here's a new acquisition through a plant trade earlier this year. This is phyllostachys aureosulcata spectabilis, and this one is coming on strong from a bare rhizome propagation.
Here's one of my yellow groove divisions. Some of them are putting out a shoot, and I expect all of them to at least give me 1 shoot this year to show their viability.
Moving on, Here's the Dulcis which doesn't look like it is putting on much size, but what I'm seeing could just be the tip of the ice-burg. In another week once they are fully out of the soil, they could be as big as 1 inch if I'm lucky.
Here's a small shoot from a vivax division taken last year. This is one of the 2 divisions I still have left since I sold most of them.