Common Name: Honey Mesquite (Prosopis glandulosa)
This type of Mesquite comes from Southwestern North America and has a tree size of 20-30 ft tall, 8-16 in trunk diameter, and an average dried weight of 51 lbs/ft.
Heartwood tends to be a reddish brown, which darkens with age. Sapwood is yellow in color, and tends to be thin. Honey Mesquite has a medium to coarse texture and open pores, with a slight natural luster. Clear portions of the trunk tend to have straight or wavy grain: though knots, defects, and other irregularities are common.
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