Latin: Celtis occidentalis Origin: Eastern North America
Spalted Hackberry happens when the Hackberry tree has been exposed to decay. The light colored heartwood is streaked with black lines which is actually fungus. When the wood is processed before too much rot has happened the lumber should be sound and usuable, with little to no soft spots. It is easy to work and very popular for its steam bending properties.
Coarse and uneven
Straight or slightly interlocked
May cause skin irritation
Pale cream-yellow, streaked with black lines
|Product Name||Size||Price||Add to Cart|
|4/4 SPALTED HACKBERRY||4/4||$9.00||Add To Cart|