Saturday, September 19, 2009

Mad Man Bamboo Nursery on Facebook; bamboo rhizome barrier.

Facebook plunge

It's funny, I don't find Facebook very user friendly and sometimes I wonder the purpose of it when you get alot of meaningless chatter. But I do see its real power, connecting people together.

I'm a bit "old school" - I like e-mail, I don't get text messaging and twitter, not so sure. I'm like a weird Luddite mixed with amateur technology adopter - if its easy to use, I'll try it, if its too complex, nevermind.

Anyways, today I took a step into the 21st century and set up a Facebook account for my bamboo business - Mad Man Bamboo.

If you'd like to see what I am up to, look to your right, click "Become a Fan", sign up if your new to Facebook or if your already registered with Facebook - you'll become a "fan." I'll be posting updates from time-to-time and hope to have it serve as a place to answer questions regarding my favorite plant - bamboo.

Bamboo rhizome barrier

Another new thing I have added to our offerings is - bamboo rhizome barrier. We carry both 24 inch and 30 inch. More on this by clicking here - bamboo rhizome barrier.




our friend Ben said...

Congrats on the Facebook site, Sean, it looks great! And I'm awed by the bamboo rhizome barrier. We should all be posting about that to encourage everyone who's resisted planting bamboo for fear it would take over the world that there's finally an easy solution to curb its spread.

Mad Man Bamboo Nursery said...

Yeah, it takes a bit of labor, but gives some peace of mind for those daring enough to give a running bamboo a place in the ground. More to come on rhizome barrier. Thanks for stopping by.....



Alan said...

Been following you for a while. I'm with you, I don't get facebook. Ive tried, an I'm just too old. (of course, I'm one of those people who needs cue cards to make small talk at a party, so that's probably why I don't get FB and can't Twitter with the Twits for the life of me.

Anyway, Love your site (don't lose the blog to the FB hords!) rhisome barrier looks like a great product. Should also work with other invasive grass types, mint, and other difficult-to-contain plants. Hope to be adding a variety of Bamboo to my microfarm in the spring. I'll try here first for sure.