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   American Softwood Incense Cedar
American Softwood
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Fine and uniformly textured with a distinctly spicy odour. Its sapwood is white or creamcoloured, wh..
   American Softwoods Alaskan Yellow Cedar
American Softwood
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The lightest in color of the naturally durable American softwoods. Fine, uniform texture and straigh..
   American Softwoods Bald Cypress
American Softwood
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Most cypress trees are native to the South. They are found primarily in wet, swampy areas. Cypress t..
   American Softwoods California Redwood
American Softwood
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Found exclusively in Northern California, this coastal redwood is grown commercially in natural stan..
   American Softwoods Douglas Fir
American Softwood
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Straight-grained and moderately heavy, with limited resin, this is one of the most attractive and st..
   American Softwoods Eastern White Pine
American Softwood
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A creamy straw-colour that will darken with age to a deep rich tan. Available in a wide range of gra..
   American Softwoods Engelmann Spruce
American Softwood
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Among the lightest of the commercially important softwoods, although strong in relation to weight. I..
   American Softwoods Hem-Fir
American Softwood
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A species combination of the five true firs: California Red fir (Abies magnifica), Grand fir (Abies ..
   American Softwoods Port Orford Cedar
American Softwood
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Found in a small area of Southern Oregon and Northern California, Port Orford cedar is finely textur..
   American Softwoods Sitka Spruce
American Softwood
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The creamy white to light yellow sapwood blends gradually into its pinkish-yellow to light-brown hea..
   American Softwoods Southern Yellow Pine
American Softwood
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The four main species of Southern Yellow Pine are Longleaf (Pinus palustris), Slash (Pinus elliottii..
   American Softwoods Western Hemlock
American Softwood
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Among the harder, stronger Western softwoods, it is marketed and sold separately as well as in the H..
   American Softwoods Western Larch
American Softwood
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Distinct among commercial softwoods for its fine, uniform, straight grain, Western larch is one of t..
   American Softwoods Western Pines
American Softwood
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Often referred to as the White pines, this is a commercially important group, known for its resinous..
   American Softwoods Western Red Cedar
American Softwood
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A slow-growing, long-lived tree, whose aromatic wood is highly decay-resistant. The sapwood, usually..
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