Redwood

January 24, 2019
Redwood

Capable of attaining heights of nearly 400 feet, Redwood is the world’s tallest tree species. It grows in a limited area on the Pacific coast of the northwestern United States, where heavy rainfall and cool, damp air create a unique environment for these trees. Heartwood color can range from a light pink brown to a deep red brown. Sapwood is a pale white/yellow. These trees can live up to 2,000 years and have branches up to 5 feet in diameter! This live edge slab measures 21.06′ long x 50″ wide x 3.46″ deep. Learn more about this species at The Wood Database and view our Redwood veneer here.

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