|Botanical name:||Prunus Serotina|
|Origin:||America and Canada|
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Origin: Eastern North America and Souteastern Canada
The stated weight (kg/m3) is measured with a moisture percentage of approx. 12%. The growth area of Black Cherry is Eastern North America and Southeastern Canada. Its heartwood tends to be light pinkish brown, but upon exposure in turns into a medium reddish brown color in a while. Its demarcated sapwood, which is in comparison to other species narrow in size, is light in color. Its heartwood is rated as being very durable and resistant to decay.
Moreover, Black Cherry is very easy to work with. It is known as being one of the best all-rounds woods for workability.