Bamboo’s natural habitats can be found in 5 continents: Asia, Africa, North and South America, as well as in Australia. Bamboo does not grow only in Antarctica and Europe. By coincidence or not, only in Antarctica and Europe there are no diamonds, either.
Because thinking of bamboo mostly brings about images of bushes or smaller and bigger trunks, many people classify it as a tree. However, in the botanical taxonomy, this miraculous plant belongs to the GRASS FAMILY – POACEAE (Gramineae).
There are two stories about the origin of the word BAMBOO, and both came from Malaysia.
The first story says that the word BAMBOO was formed by combining the words “mamboo”, which originated in the ancient Dravidian…
I was delighted by the design and the outlook of the bowls. They are light and practical, I wash them in the dishwasher. My girl adores her unicorn.
Mama Jovana, Sombor
I am pleasantly surprised to see such products in our market. Children should be taught from the earliest age to live in harmony with nature.
We got a Bigbamboo set as a gift from a friend who knows we love eco-products and nature. Our children are delighted and don’t let go of their sets. I highly recommend it!
Dajana Krstic, Banja Luka