Red Coolibah
Red Coolibah COOLIBAH
Heartwood ranges from orangish pink to a much darker reddish brown. Thin sapwood is grayish white. Nearly always seen in burl form. Less-common coolibah species have darker grayish brown to nearly black heartwood. Grain is generally interlocked, with a fine texture. Please note, the image is an example of what you could create with this wood. Sizes are listed in inches unless stated otherwise.
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Banksia NutBanksia Nut
Banksia Nut BAN
Banksia nuts grow in Australia, often producing cones that are large enough for turning. These are called 'Banksia Grandees' and are named after Sir Joseph Banks, 1743-1820, who sailed with Captain Cook on the 'Endeavour' in 1768. These particularly large seed pods have a very limited range in Western Australia. They usually grow on an underbrush tree in Jarrah forests and can take...
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