Dragon's head bamboo is most useful for ornamental purposes. Its leaves are green, and its leaves are oblong or lanceolate, which has certain ornamental value. In the south, dragon's head bamboo is often grown as an ornamental bamboo species. Dragon head bamboo also has a certain value in use, and its plants can be used to make furniture and building materials after processing.
Dragon head bamboo belongs to the family Gramineae. The efficacy and role of dragon head bamboo is for ornamental purposes. The leaves of dragon head bamboo are green. Most of its leaves are lanceolate or strip-shaped, and have certain ornamental value. The structure of the dragon's head bamboo is very uniform and the hardness is moderate. After processing, it can be used as a building or papermaking material.
Dragon bamboo leaves can be used as banana pillars in orchards. People often use dragon bamboo as an ornamental bamboo species in southern gardens. Dragon bamboos like to grow in a cool and warm environment. It is best to place the plants in a cool place when planting. Dragon head bamboo grows quickly, pruning branches regularly when planting, and light hands when pruning.
Each pruning is mainly to cut off the excessively long and infected branches and leaves on the plant. After the pruning is completed, the soil can be properly watered, but the amount of watering should not be too much. The demand for light is not high for the dragon head bamboo. When planting, the plant can be exposed to astigmatism. When the light is strong, it should be properly shaded.
Dragon head bamboo is a water-loving plant. Planting can water the plant according to the change of season. Spring and autumn are the growth period of dragon head bamboo. At this time, it is best to plant water every three days. In summer, the temperature is high. At this time, it is best to water the plant every day or every two days; in winter, the temperature is low. At this time, watering can be done every ten days.