Also Known As:
Eucalyptus grandis, flooded gum, rose gum
Where It's From:
Why It's Special:
Its claim to fame likely belongs to the fact that it is certifiably green.
How It Works:
It is very similar to Mahogany in weight, density, grain structure, and the way it responds to most machining operations. It takes a variety of finishing treatments well and can offer dramatically different looks depending on the finish used.
Red Grandis is a wood that varies in color from pink to white cream to light rose
Common uses include cabinetry, furniture, doors and windows, millwork, interior flooring, moldings, decking, exterior siding and trim, outdoor furniture and patio equipment.