Douglas Fir

Pseudotsuga Menziesii or Douglas Fir is a very large conifer with unique forked cone bracts which distinguish this tree from all other conifers. The species is indigenous to coastal areas and up in the mountains of British Columbia south to central California.

Thickness
0.5 mm
Color
Brown, beige
Width
4" and wider
Length
2.55" and longer
Surface texture
Open grain
Grading
AA - A
Cut type
Quarter cut

Wood has natural colour and texture variations having been sculpted by nature. This specifications sheet is only a visual
representation of the overall characteristics of the product. It is provided as a specification reference only and not for
contractual purposes.

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