Our Guide to the true Sustainability of Bamboo

Bamboo is an umbrella term for more than 1,400 evergreen grass plant species from the Poaceae family.

It grows easily in most climates, ranging from temperate to tropical zones.

It's also been a staple crop for humans for millennia, through culinary uses and in construction.

Once planted, bamboo looks after itself, and it  thrives in a  variety of climates  and  soil types.

Bamboo can grow to its full height within a single season, and will even regenerate to  its full size  every year.

It's incredibly light, making transport easy, and incredibly strong, being compared with timber and  even steel.