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Interior Landscapes Featuring Artificial Bamboo Plants

artificial bamboo trees The sacred Bamboo is a focal plant in Asian traditions, symbolizing friendship, and elicits a cultural and tropical experience. Bamboo is an essential plant for creating landscape themes of many types, not limited to the tropics or Asian culture. However, prior to buying Bamboo plants, there are many design elements one must consider.

[more] artificial bamboo groveFirst, ask yourself why Bamboo? Well there are many favorable reasons to use such a popular plant. Bamboo trees are unmistakeable for their beauty and function. They are used in Chinese medicine for treating infections. It has been estimated that they are used by more than half of the world's population daily. Bamboo is a very fast growing tree. They can grow to their full height in a single growing season. If your indoor landscape plan includes routine plant care, then this does not need to concern you. However, many projects have budget restrictions – and if you are set on this variety, consider an artificial Bamboo, a replica of the living harvested plant. Fake plants eliminate the need for plant care, keeping your budget in check. Replica trees plants easily create a botanical ambiance in your landscape, and will continue to appear fresh and alive even when integrated with live plants in your landscape. Most people can't tell a visual difference. silk bamboo

Secondly, it is imperative that light, air temperature and accessibility for maintenance is addressed. These conditions of your corporate atmosphere should be considered when selecting all plants in the landscape. Often, these elements guide property owners and interior designers to consider artificial plants, which can resist fluctuations and poor lighting. In addition, artificial plants such as Bamboo, offer distinctive colors and textures that could not be used if a living plant were to be placed in an unresiding atmosphere. tall bamboo plant

Another element in your design is function. What are plants and trees going to do for you? The obvious answer is they will liven up any space by offering beauty and composition. They will welcome your business clients, add décor to space, create atmosphere. Will they do more? Bamboo trees come in many heights and shapes. A tall vertical Bamboo may be used to direct your eye upward, to feel the grace of a interior with a high ceiling. A grove of Bamboo plants can help direct traffic – office atriums for example, are often a meeting place for casual discussion and many people walk this way and that. Possibly, it would be functional to place artificial plants near corridors and elevators - a useful focal in building lobbies. Perhaps an upscale restaurant design wants privacy between dining booths; a light density Bamboo would screen intimate areas nicely. faux bamboo theme

Artificial tree designers at Commercial Silk have come up with many innovative Bamboo designs. Silk Bamboo trees, groves, plants and bushes are created with an array of botanical branches and poles. Bamboo palm, reed and Oriental tree branches are used to manufacture custom artificial trees and groves from 2 feet to 35 feet tall. Bamboo pole collections come in natural colors or stained green and the ever-popular stained black. Foliage screens and Bamboo nets are also made from the authentic replica Bamboo branch, and are applied to ceiling and wall treatments in rainforest landscapes, hotel lobbies, water park themes, aquariums and more. bamboo tree 30 feet

Many other design elements will find their way into and challenge your landscape. Interior spaces can be limitless, if the architect or designer maintains an open mind. And let that inspirational spark that began the landscape become the focal of your your soon-to-be-completed landscape.

Silk Bamboo Plants, Trees & Stalks - Bamboo Silk Tree & Plant Items

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Silk Bamboo plants, trees, and stalks are natural replications of the real thing with countless decorative and design uses for all types of exteriors and interiors. Since the dawn of mankind, many types of Bamboo plant and trees have been used for medicinal treatments, as building materials, and cooking utensils, to name a few, and have proven to be a very practical and versatile material. Building on that versatility, Bamboo silk tree and plant materials were found to be easily converted for environments and design integrations where live plants can’t be grown.

[more] silk bamboo plants Silk Bamboo Heritage The genus bamboo belongs to the Poaceae family and there are approximately fifteen hundred species, allowing for many kinds of bamboo silk plant and tree items to be produced. Though bamboos belong to the grass family, they have woody stems, branched growth, and are large compared to other grasses. Bamboo species vary in height from twelve inches tall (dwarf varieties) to 60 feet. Their leaves are narrow and slender, and in some variegated species, foliage and stems (or canes) have different colors.

Bamboos trees and plants have some of the highest growth rates in the world. Most bamboos grow best when they have five or more hours of direct sunlight per day. They can attain full height and spread in a single growth season over a period of three to four months, depending on local soil and climatic conditions. As such, there is no short supply of silk bamboo trees, plants, and stalks for commercial decoration.

Silk Bamboo Types Silk Bamboo derives from two types of bamboo trees and plants: clumping bamboo and running bamboo. They are classified by their growth patterns and habits, with the clumping bamboo growing slower and in large clusters of clumps (or canes). Running bamboos, on the other hand, are fast growers that spread wildly and quickly, often spreading 50 to 100 feet from the mother plant. Both of these silk bamboo types can be used to beautify landscapes, can be used in large decorative planters or containers, and can be used in both indoors and outdoors if the proper maintenance instructions are followed.

silk bamboo stalks Bamboo Geography: Bamboos are found in many different climates, from cold mountains to hot tropical regions. They are plentiful across East Asia to Northern Australia, west to India, and the Himalayas, where Koala bears are also found. They grow in Africa as well, and North America from the Mid-Atlantic United States to Chile.

Silk Bamboo Uses: In Chinese medicine, Bamboo is used to treat infections and promote healing. It is known for its sweet taste and is a good source of nutrients and protein. Bamboo can also be used as a construction material or as scaffolding -- in China, it was used to hold up simple suspension bridges. Bamboo can be used as a decorative element in buildings such as fencing, fountains, grates, and gutters, and is frequently used for cooking utensils within many cultures, including chopsticks. Cooking food in bamboo stalks is said to give the food a distinctive taste, and the empty stalk hollows are often used to boil soup. Bamboos, including silk or artificial bamboo trees, can add tropical beauty to any landscape for a variety of indoor and outdoor commercial landscapes.

Related Silk Bamboo Terms Oriental, Black, Palm, Japanese Giant Timber, Koi, Chinese Mountain, Flowering, Umbrella, Timor Black, Fountain, White Dragon, Pygmy, Yellow Grove, Arrow, Dwarf, Silverstripe, Golden Grove.
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