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Bamboo Borders

  • How To Install a Bamboo Border

    Bamboo is very versatile and can be used for both indoor and outdoor purposes. If you need to add an extra something to your yard, garden, or bottom of your wall in replace of a baseboard, bamboo functions as a great alternative.

    Bamboo is one of the earth's most renewable resources. When harvested properly, bamboo does little or no environmental damage.

    A bamboo border fence is the logical choice for separating the grassy area of a yard from the tilled soil of a flower or vegetable garden, but you don't have to be limited to a run-of-the-mill square or rectangular gardening plot. Instead of fending off a corner of your yard, why not create a few different circular sections throughout the area? Because border fencing is assembled using wire made from galvanized steel, it is flexible and can encircle garden spots of practically any shape. Plant red and pink flora in a heart-shaped plot, and put lush, green foliage inside a four-leafed clover, both edged with an attractive bamboo border. Make diamonds, stars, or abstract shapes--whatever you desire to liven up an otherwise common yard.

    It is easy to find pre-assembled bamboo border sections.

    An example of a ready-made panel thanks to www.foreverbamboo.com:

    1” diameter bamboo poles that have been capped and connected with heavy gauge stainless steel wire. Each panel preassembled in 1’ tall by 8’ long sections and staggered. There are uneven or staggered options or even (the height is the same all the way across) styles. Continue reading

  • Bamboo Borders

    Bamboo is one of the earth's most renewable resources. When harvested properly, bamboo does little or no environmental damage. Varieties; from bush-like cattle fodder to towering stems (culms), offer many advantages when it comes to setting a tone for your landscape.

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