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Live Bamboo Fence Design Ideas

By Mattnem05 @mattnem05

Live bamboo fence - Bamboo is a plant, an herb actually has thick, woody stems. The stem material is so strong that makes bamboo ideal construction material. Around the world, bamboo is used for ceilings, walls, furniture, bicycles and even fencing. A bamboo fence well done can last for many years with little or no maintenance at all. Proper preparation, post good positioning and strong live bamboo fence prepare its strong winds and bad weather.

Live Bamboo Fence Design Ideas

Measure the live bamboo fence line using a tape measure. Mark the line with landscape painting. Divide the line into sections of 6 feet. A position set every 6 feet along the fence line. Peel the bark of your messages bamboo. Poles stain dark brown stain using a water seal. Foot piece of re bar halfway on earth every 6 feet. Slide the bamboo on the pieces of rebar. Drill 1/2 inch holes in each piece of bamboo diameter 11 1/2-inch 2 feet from the top and the bottom. Tie the rebar endpoints using wire ties.

Bamboo can grow up to 6 or 7 feet to over 100 feet tall. Select a variety of bamboo that is high enough to work as a decorative live bamboo fence, but not as high as in the shade of other plants in the landscape. Although some varieties of bamboo grow in full sun, bamboo grows naturally under a canopy of the highest forest. Many varieties need shade or partial shade, and do not do well in the sun. Match their needs light bamboo location. Many forms of bamboo can be invasive. Even clumping varieties that are considered non-invasive can grow larger than its enclosure in a few years. Plant your bamboo in a bamboo barrier to limit its spread.

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