Wood Atlas - Xylarium
Peppermint Tree Burl
lat. Agonis flexuosa
The Peppermint tree (Agonis flexuosa) is a native of southwestern Australia. It reaches a height of 80-115 feet. The elongated dark green leaves have a scent typically associated with peppermint.
The wood is dense, hard, and can be worked quite well. The burl wood has a reddish to orange color and can have a wonderfully dense texture that is quite decorative.
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