Bamboo is the Fastest-Growing Plant on Earth
Bamboo may look pretty, but that’s not the only thing working in its favor. It is also saving the world one bamboo shoot at a time. That may seem like a lot to put on one plant, but it definitely isn’t wilting under pressure.
Although the products look similar to those made of lumber, bamboo is actually a grass, not a tree. It may not resemble grass in its looks, but it definitely does in its growth. Bamboo is recognized as the fastest growing plant in the world. On average, it grows a little over a foot and a half per hour and can reach maturity in as little as five years.
Comparatively, oak grows 12 inches per year and takes 120 years to mature. A sixty-foot tree takes 60 years to replace, but a bamboo plant can be regenerated in 59 days. Bamboo’s exceedingly high growth rate shows that this is an incredibly sustainable and renewable resource.
We also use bamboo because the material is incredibly strong. It is very flexible and can withstand stress more than steel. Due to this fact, builders use bamboo to build houses and buildings in earthquake-prone areas. In addition to its strength, bamboo is also beautiful. The light wooden look adds a classy contrast to bright colors. All products are organic, and that can be seen within the product itself. Bamboo tableware and flatware will surely make a lasting impact on your guests.
- Natural products, 100% biodegradable & compostable
- Elegant, original, ecological – suitable for all kinds of events
- Chemical free
- Durable, lighweight, easily transported
- Dishwasher safe
- Heat resistant, withstand up to 120°c