Moso Bamboo (Phyllostachys edulis) is the largest of the temperate bamboos. Native to China, it has become the most commonly grown species in both China and Japan for commercial uses, due to its inherent strength and sustainability.
|Scientific Name||Phyllostachys edulis|
|Country of Origin||China
|Taper||20-30% over 3m|
|Suitable for||Internal/External use|
|Diameter (thickest part)||100-120 mm|
|Weight (approx)||11.2 kg|