Bamboo Trees

Our silk bamboo trees add a touch of tropical flair to your decor without the need for water or sunlight. Maintenance-free artificial bamboo is an easy way to get the look of the islands in your home — the realistic leaves and shoots are sure to become the focal point of any room. Group several silk bamboo plants to capture the lush nature of an exotic oasis in your entry, living room or sunroom, and you'll enjoy the tropical vibe year-round. A silk bamboo tree also makes a great housewarming gift!

Feng Shui with Silk Bamboo Plants

Enhance your home or office's aesthetic with a mix of luck and beauty when you choose Silks Are Forever artificial bamboo. Feng shui is an ancient Chinese belief that the way your home is built, or the way that you arrange objects within it, affects your success, health and happiness. The goal of feng shui is to encourage positive chi within your home so that your life is both energized and balanced.

Can You Achieve Positive Chi with Artificial Bamboo?

If you have a brown thumb, don't despair! While it is preferable to use live plants in feng shui, silk bamboo and other artificial plants are also acceptable. Many times, locations that would benefit from an auspicious plant have poor lighting and growing conditions that make it nearly impossible to maintain a healthy live plant. The faux green plants should be of high quality and as realistic as possible in order to replicate the strength of a live plant. Bamboo silk trees are here to save the day!

What Are the Best Places for Artificial Bamboo?

Bump up current or future romance in your home by adding silk bamboo in the relationship area of your bedroom. Find it by standing at your bedroom door facing into the room. The relationship area is the far back corner to the right.

Placing your silk bamboo tree in the wealth area of your home, office or bedroom will help you achieve more abundance and prosperity. Find it by standing in the entry door to the home or room. The wealth area is the far back corner on the left side.

Silk Bamboo Tree FAQ

Many of our customers have questions about our artificial bamboo, so we compiled a list of the most common ones you might have.

How Do I Care for My Silk Bamboo Tree?

We recommend that silk bamboo be dusted much the same as you dust your home or office. Most artificial bamboo can also be wiped with a damp cloth if necessary.

First, take the silk bamboo plant outside and dust it with a feather duster. This will remove most of the dust and prime your silk bamboo for cleaning. Then, test the plant with your tap water — remove one leaf from an inconspicuous portion of your bamboo silk plant, rinse it with tap water then shake it out. After a few minutes, check the leaf to see if it's clean and the shine has returned. If so, you can give it a bath.

Cover your pot and filler with plastic for protection from the water. Make sure your silk bamboo is on a clean surface near a water hose. Use the spray nozzle on your hose and spray your plant thoroughly with a light spray. When you're done, shake it lightly to get most of the water off and allow it to dry in the sun for a few hours.

Your bamboo silk tree should be thoroughly cleaned every three to six months. In between, we recommend regular dusting with a good feather duster to keep your artificial bamboo looking fresh and new.

Are Your Silk Bamboo Trees Really "Silk"?

No. "Silk" is an industry term that is still used today even though genuine silk is no longer used to craft faux flowers. Our products are made of a variety of materials, including plastic, polyester and nylon, that allow our bamboo silk trees to look as authentic as the real thing.

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