Wood Atlas - Xylarium
lat. Prunus dulcis
The almond tree (Prunus dulcis) is one of the oldest plants to be cultivated by humankind, going back at least 4,000 years. It is, of course, used for its fruit, oil, and resin and is primarily grown in the Mediterranean (Mallorca) or California. Each year, countless colonies of bees in the US migrate to California to pollinate the almond blossoms.
The wood is hard, heavy, and unfortunately very prone to cracking. Once dried, it is stable. Large pieces are therefore extremely rare.
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Our wood atlas makes it significantly easier to find the right wood for your projects.
But, as you know, wood is a natural product and what us shown here is only
a sample and the actual piece may vary in color and pattern.
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