Moso bicolor: This is the first shoot that is twice as big as the original culms at around 2/3 inch in diameter so it should get up to a good 6-7ft as long as the weather holds up.
Moso ( main planting): The new shoots are breaking the 6ft mark now, and some of them should reach the 7-8ft mark based on how they look now.
Phyllostachys Nigra: Similar diameter, but much taller than old culms since it has more energy to work with this year.
Phyllostachys aureosulcata (yellow groove): The main grove which is pretty weak this year probably because it is on an off year, and the divisions which are mostly putting up 1-2 shoots.
Phyllostachys Aureosulcata Spectabilis: These should get nice and bushy, and get up around 2ft tall. More shoots may come later this year at this stage.
Phyllostachys Bissetii: Not very impressive with just a small upsize this year.
Phyllostachys Vivax Aureocaulus rhizome division:
P Parvifolia: The field division is much farther along than the main grove. The main grove doesn't seem to be that much upsized since most shoots look around 1/2 inch in diameter, some a bit larger while they came up around 1/3 inch last year, but they still gain a lot of diameter at this stage.
Here's the potted field division for comparison.
Phyllostachys Rubromaginata red margin bamboo:
Phyllostachys Propinqua Beijing: Very nice upsize from last year's fall culms.
Pleioblastus viridistriatus: These are from rhizomes.