Cedar of Lebanon quarter cut wood veneer is usually a consistent yellow-orange with brown streaks. Grain is straight with some deviation due to knots. Has a very strong, sweet scent.
Common Uses for Cedar of Lebanon Quarter Cut Wood Veneer: Architectural millwork, panels and cabinetry, as well as doors and furniture.
The Tree: Cedar of Lebanon grows in the mountainous regions of the Eastern Mediterranean basin and typically reaches 100-130 feet in height with trunk diameters around 5-7 feet.
A Little History: Highly valued due to consistent color, straight grain and historical significance. The country of Lebanon features Cedar of Lebanon on its national flag.