It's a hardwood that's fairly soft and easy to work. Light, great smell, good
looking grain (IMO), darkens to a kind of dull orangish brown after a time.
Splits if nailed too near a side or end. Glues well. Finishes well.
Oh, yeah. It's durable. I've got just about enough to make a couple of
birdhouses, so I'll try it come late winter.
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