Bamboo is a flowering plant that is part of the family of grass. It's stem is a hardy-woody one that is color green and grows straight up. It occurs naturally except in Europe and Antarctica, but primarily found in the tropics. Around 1,500 species of bamboo can be found around the world.
Bamboo is also one of the fastest growing plants in the world. Bamboo stems reach ther full height in around 3 to 4 months. This makes its highly sustainable as it growas back readily after it is cut down.
In recent years, it has also been used in manufacturing of textiles with cloth as well. Yarn and clothing being made from bamboo fibers.
Though bamboo is very flexible, it is extremely strong and is often used as a building material and for furniture-making. Bamboo does not soak up water, making it very ideal for bathroom and kitchen wares. You can replace your worn-out, bacteria-laden plastic cutting board with one that is eco-friendly and anti-bacterial. Try out our Bamboo Cutting Board with Drip Groove and Non-Slip Feet.