Anyone who sees a bamboo "forest" will be impressed. You can easily get lost in the plants that are up to 15 meters high.
And yet bamboo is not a tree but a grass - a grass with stalks 15 meters high. The anti-English lawn, so to speak. It is well known that bamboo is used in chopsticks, drinking straws and toothbrushes. We also know that pandas feed almost exclusively on it.
What is less known, however, is that bamboo shoots are also tasty for humans and that the hardened grass is not inferior to hardwoods in its suitability for clock bodies. You can see it with Julia .