Canarywood grows across South America from Panama to Southern Brazil. Its heartwood can range from pale yellow to pink, orange and dark reddish -brown. Some of the prettiest pieces can have all the color variations in one piece. Other pieces, more consistent in color, tend at times to resemble Cherry.
Being both durable and relatively hard, but still fairly easy to work, it gives woodworkers the opportunity to work with a hardwood species from South America that has good color variation, but is still reasonably priced.
Not listed in CITES Appendix or the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.
Why We Love This Wood
With remarkably attractive color variations, the right board offers a good, lower priced alternative to Brazilian Tulipwood.
A Popular Choice in
|Main Color Group||Pink|
|Avg Dry Weight - LB/BF||4.3|
|Avg Dry Weight - KG/M3||830|
|Janka Hardness - LBF||1520|
|Janka Hardness - N||6750|
5/4 Live-edged boards