Spanish Cedar

Latin: Cedrel odorata Origin: Central and South American and the Caribbean

Spanish Cedar has been placed on the CITES appendix III listing as a vulnerable species. CITES appendix III means that certain countries have agreed to control the export of this species. A lot of the Spanish Cedar brought into US today is grown on plantations.

Spanish Cedar has a light pinkish color that mellows to a reddish brown over time. It is commonly used as a lining for cigar humidors and is avaialble in thin dimensional lumber for this purpose. 

Wood Type
Exotic hardwood

Medium texture with moderate luster

Grain Pattern
Straight to interlocked

Health Risks
Uncommon respiratory irritant

Light pinkish to reddish brown, darkens with age


Exotic Lumber

Product Name Size Price Add to Cart
SPANISH CEDAR 4/4 4/4 $8.00 Add To Cart
SPANISH CEDAR 8/4 8/4 $8.50 Add To Cart