Origin: Honey Mesquite is found in Southwestern North America. It is a domestic
Color: The heartwood of Honey Mesquite is a red-brown which will usually darken. The sapwood tends to be thin, but a clearly defined yellow-ish color. The grain is usually straight; knots are not uncommon.
Janka Hardness: 2,340 (Hard)
Decay and Weather Resistance: This specie is very durable and decay resistant.
Workability: Honey Mesquite is usually easy to work with; it glues, turns, and finishes well unless irregular grain or knots are present which can cause some difficulty. It is found to be very stable and favored by woodturners.
Uses: Flooring, Turning Stock, Furniture.
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