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Have a project in mind? We've got the poles for you!
An extensive collection of strong, flexible bamboo canes is available for sale here at Bamboo Ranch.
Our canes are shade cured, 1/4" to 2" in diameter, and up to 20' tall!
Discounts available on bulk orders.
To discuss the best poles for your project, give us a call!
From Bamboo Grove to Bamboo Crafts:
Four “Easy” Steps
Bamboo plants grow by creating new canes each year. Proper care of bamboo groves includes regular thinning of older canes, which stimulates the new growth. Mature canes may be harvested from the grove regularly, and these canes do not need to go to waste! Instead, bamboo can provide you with a sustainable building material grown in your own backyard.
Harvesting Bamboo Canes: A Closer Look
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Which species are best for GROWING strong building material?
Clumping bamboo tends to produce thicker walled, stronger canes than those of running bamboo. Striking Bamboo (Bambusa sp.) is a good choice for construction material as the canes have especially thick walls and hard wood. Punting Pole Bamboo (Bambusa tuldoides) is also an excellent choice, as it can get 30-50’ tall and is incredibly strong. Stone Bamboo (Phyllostachys angusta) and Temple Bamboo (Semiarundinaria) are examples of runners with particularly sturdy wood.
Any species will produce canes that can be useful, depending on the project.
Running type bamboos are at maximum strength from 3-10 years of age for a given cane. Clumping bamboos take longer; they are at their best from 4-12 years of age.
Our Bamboo Poles in Acti0n: Creating a Shade Structure
For more information on our bamboo poles, please contact us at email@example.com or (520)-743-9879