Variety of timber

Hibiscus wood

Hibiscus (Hibiscus tiliaceus), also known as sea hibiscus has been long known as a shade tree or roadside embankment and the river banks and beaches. Although the editorial is not too dense, the hibiscus is not preferred because of its roots in so as not to damage the roads and surrounding buildings. Hibiscus can be propagated by distek. This plant is native to tropical areas in the western Pacific but now widespread throughout the Pacific region and is known by various names: hau (Hawaiian language), purau (Tahitian), Hibiscus beach, Tewalpin, Sea Hibiscus, or Coastal Cottonwood in English.

Mahony wood

Straight rod-shaped cylindrical and no buttress. Blackish brown outer skin, shallow grooved like scales, while the bark is gray and smooth when young, changing to dark brown, furrowed and flaking after the elderly. New mahogany flowering after 7 years of age, crown flowers cylindrical, brownish yellow, stamen attached to the crown, white anthers, brownish yellow. The fruit is oval, notched five, the color brown.

Ebony / Sono Keling wood

Other names are Sonobrits, Palisander, Indian Wood, sono sungu Latin name Dalbergialatifolia Roxb. with garnet / purple with dark black stripes. This type of wood which is very hard, even harder than the Ebony and if the brush can be very subtle. located on the island of Java and Bali, usually used as well as handicrafts carved Balinese carvings. Characteristic feature of rosewood which are beautiful fiber, streaked purple black, strong and durable, very hard, smooth, color not too dark, moderate to heavy weights and waterproof

Crocodile wood

Crocodile wood is a fine white-colored wood inside and serrated like the teeth of the crocodile in his skin. This timber also has a very good wood fiber. Today, Crocodile wood more difficult to find, so no wonder the price of this wood is relatively expensive on the market.

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