Common Name: Tupelo, Tupelo-gum(Nyssa aquatica)
It is found in the Southeastern United States with a tree size of 65-100 ft tall, 2-3 ft trunk diameter, and an average dried weight of 34 lbs pr ft.
Janka Hardness: 870 lb
Sapwood is very wide, and is generally a pale yellow color, sometimes with a grayish cast. Heartwood is narrower, and is a medium brown to gray. Quartersawn surfaces exhibit ribbon-stripe patterning due to interlocked grain. The grain is interlocked, with a fine texture.
4050 Old Cornelia Hwy
Gainesville GA 30507
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