Bamboo, systematic name is Bambusoideae, is plant of lignification of Gramineae. People like bamboo because it is evergreen looks lively, tall and slender. Bamboo is asexually reproduced plant. It grows up form bamboo rhizome at the underground to bamboo shoots every spring season, and then become a bamboo. While the process of growing, bamboo does not need fertilizer or insecticide because insects cannot live on or inside the bamboo.
Bamboo has a short growth circle, the speed of growing is the top of perennial plant.
Bamboo fiber, which is called “breathable fibers”, separated from the bamboo by a unique environmental friendly method which makes our bamboo fiber a green product.