|Arundo subsp. var.|
Arundo is a genus of two or three species of cane: stout, perennial grasses from the family Poaceae, native to the Mediterranean region east to India, China and Japan. They grow to 3–6 m tall, occasionally to 10 m, with leaves 30-60 cm long and 3-6 cm broad.
|Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture|
Arundo (an ancient Latin name for A. Donax). Gramineae. Reed. Tall reed-like grasses with broad flat blades and large plume- like terminal panicles: spike- lets 3-4-fld.; glumes narrow, acute; rachilla naked; lemmas long-pilose.—Species about 6, in the warmer regions of the Old World.
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- Arundo donax – Giant Cane, Spanish Cane (south and east Mediterranean, to India; naturalised in many additional areas)
- Arundo formosana
- Arundo pliniana – Pliny's Reed (Mediterranean Europe)
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