A name given to several peculiar palms, species of Calamus and Dæmanorops, having very long, smooth flexible stems, commonly called rattans.
Any plant with long, hard, elastic stems, as reeds and bamboos of many kinds; also, the sugar cane.
Stems of other plants are sometimes called canes; as, the canes of a raspberry.
To make or furnish with cane or rattan; as, to cane chairs.
Rattan and other reed-like plants split into thin strips and woven for chair seats, backs and side panels; elastic and comfortable. Also used for decorative insets.
The supportive branches of a rosebush. Canes are distinguished from stems in that they have hardened and have greater caliper.
one of the main stems of a rose plant
very tall grasses, for example, switchcane and bamboo; tall, stiff stem.
Older shoots on the vine that have become large and woody.
Think blackberry, raspberry, rose. They all have woody stems, most of which originate from the root mass, rather than as branches from a main stem. The stems of bamboo and sugar cane are also canes.
slim woody stem.
Hollow, slender, jointed stem, particularly characteristic of bamboos.
Type of toy used in S&M play. Usually made of flexible material like bamboo. Used for spanking play and designed to be used lightly for real life play.
Woody stem of a plant (i.e. bamboo, rose, raspberry and blackberry bushes.).
caned Long, narrow strips of rattan bark used for weaving seats and backs of chairs and settees. Furniture with this weaving are said to be caned.
A long, woody, pliable stem.
The woody stem of a rose or a berry plant, it can also be the jointed and often hollow or pith-filled stem of a bamboo or sugar cane.
a strong slender often flexible stem as of bamboos, reeds, rattans, or sugar cane
a stem which has a relatively large pith and usually lives only one or two years
An implement of punishment and correction usually made of bamboo or other flexible materials. Its simple appearance belies its power. The cane makes stripes and can cause the submissive to see stars. As strong as the impression canes make, without proper care, canes can be surprisingly brittle if allowed to dry out.
stem from the base of plant that supports foliage and flowers.
the outer peel of rattan, used in weaving as an embellishment and on chair bottoms.
The stem of a shoot on a grapevine that has developed bark.
Straight wooden stick that is often used in occasional table designs with spilt rattan.
an elongated flowering or fruiting stem, usually arising directly from the roots
A mature woody, brown shoot that develops after leaf fall.
The previous season's shoots that have matured and become woody. Selected canes are retained in some styles of pruning for the following season's fruit production.
Split rattan, often used to cover chair seats and backs.
1- Material usually derived from the soft, outer bark of rattan and woven into the seat or back surface of chairs. 2- Material created from wood or wicker and made to resemble the segmented growth pattern of bamboo, water or ribbon canes. Often used as motif in the leg or base of furniture pieces.
A cane is a long, straight wooden stick, generally of bamboo, Malacca (rattan) or some similar plant, mainly used as a support, such as a walking stick, or as an instrument of punishment. Depending on the use, it is left in its natural state or improved (e.g., smoothened, varnished).