Origin: Mulberry can be found in the Southeastern United States.
Color: The heartwood of Mulberry is generally straight grained and golden in color with an off-white sapwood. As Mulberry ages it can darken to a reddish brown color. It is noted to have a similar appearance to Osage Orange.
Janka Hardness: 1,680 (medium)
Durability & Weather Resistance: Rated as very durable in regard to decay resistance and resistant to insect attack.
Workability: Mulberry is easy to work with by both hand and machine. It is known to turn, glue, and finish well.
Uses: Mulberry is used to furniture, turning, and fence posts because of it durability and good weathering characteristics.
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