Willow
Weeping Willow is a wood species that is found throughout Europe, Asia, and North America. Its name is derived from the way rain drops tear off the end of the willow leaves, which appear to weep. The tree can grow up to 6’ in diameter. Figured, interesting grain is present in most of the larger trees as well as rotten hearts. The wood is used for anything from carving to furniture and mouldings.

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