BAMBOO

ORIGIN

phyllostachys pubescens

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China.

INFO

Bamboo is one of the most unique plants on earth. Unlike trees, bamboo grows initially at full width, with no tapering or horizontal growth. Some species can grow up to three feet a day! After just one year, bamboo reaches its full height, and in subsequent years, the stem continues to harden. The strength of the bamboo continues to increase for the next two to four years; most species of bamboo are considered fully mature in just two to three years.

APPEARANCE

Bamboo is generally a uniform and pale yellow to almost white. Live bamboo that has been left standing too long frequently develops fungal decay, discolouring the wood with brown or black streaks and patches.

COMMONLY USED

Flooring, Scaffolding & Furnitures.

EXPLORE OTHERS

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MAPLE

BIRCH

TASMANIA

OAK

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YELLOW

BALAU

CHENGAL

EUROPEAN

OAK

BEECH

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IROKO

ASH

AMERICAN

OAK

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ACCOYA

IPE

WALNUT

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TEAK

MERBAU

ZEBRANO

AFRICAN

GOLDEN TEAK

SIENNA

WALNUT

SAPELE

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IRONWOOD

AMERICAN

WALNUT

INDIAN

ROSE WOOD

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WENGE

PATAGONIA

WALNUT