Origin: Red Elm is commonly referred to as Slippery Elm or Soft Elm. It can be found in the Eastern and Midwestern United States.
Color: Red Elm has a reddish-brown heartwood and a pale sapwood.
Janka Hardness: 860 (medium-soft)
Durability & Weather Resistance: Red Elm is rated as non-durable and is not insect resistant.
Workability: Some note that Red Elm can be difficult to work with due to its interlocked grain. However, it does glue, stain, and finish well.
Uses: Red Elm is used for furniture, boxes, baskets, and veneer.
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