This is an example of bamboo fencing we fabricated and installed. We’ve included cross pattern ties of hemp twine, hammered copper post caps and hangers. It’s a unique design and using almost only renewable resources. Bamboo is a sustainable, and desirable, “Bamboo happens to be a green wood for a couple of reasons. First, it’s anti-bacterial properties mean that it does not require pesticides in order grow healthily. This eliminates the need to contaminate the soil and nearby freshwater resources with toxic chemicals. The second reason is that bamboo has a very high growth rate and does not need fertilizers. As a result, you can harvest more wood per unit of time than most other wood alternatives. The fact that it doesn’t need fertilizer also means that excess nutrients do not end up in local freshwater resources, preventing contamination.
Here is another view of the building process: