Eucalyptus: rare wood

The eucalyptus is another representative of wood with a pronounced kernel. The kernel is brown with yellow, pink, orange colors. Sapwood is narrow and light. The eucalyptus is strong, heavy, and resistant to decay. It is an advantage, and thanks to it there are many natural oils in the eucalyptus that have useful properties.

This timber is poorly treated and workers impregnate it with protective compounds. Eucalyptus is easily cracked during the drying procedure. Eucalyptus is used to make parts of small crafts, telegraph poles, furniture bases. This timber blends beautifully with ebony and redwood.