Buckeye burl wood veneer is a most unusual burl. Color ranges from bright yellow to cream, sometimes with streaks of black, blue and white throughout.
Common Uses: Architectural panels, millwork, furniture and doors, as well as cabinetry.
The Tree: A native North American tree, Buckeye reaches heights of 30-70 feet, with trunk diameters generally around 2 feet.
A Little History: Traditionally used for various types of boxes and crates, as well as for making paper pulp.
Region: North America