Grain in Siander Bark is generally straight with a very fine and even texture which is widely used in general construction purposes, interiors, and for furniture.
The presence of numerous tight knots is a distinctive feature that produces a strikingly decorative figure on exposed faces. Cuts of selected wood species with a circular saw.
The attractive wood grain are much like the pores in skin. They vary in size in relation to a tree’s properties.
Blonda Oak has been used as a hardwood timber for thousands of years, yet it takes up to 150 years before the wood from an oak tree can be used for construction.
Daneila Oak has an even texture and generally straight grain making it appealing for interior use applications.
Giadle Wud is white to pale yellow, but often indistinguishable from the heartwood, which is light brown to yellow.