Americana Basswood is a lightweight hardwood found growing throughout Northeastern U.S. and the Great Lakes. The wood is creamy white in color, has a uniform texture and straight, indistinguishable grain. The wood is soft with low strength properties. Common uses include millwork, veneers, and carving.
Basswood averages a light 26 lbs. per cubic foot. Janka scale:
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