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Rusticity By-The-Wood Series : The Ash

Posted on in Blog by Abhishek Jindal

Rusticity By-The-Wood Series : The Ash
The White Ash (scientifically known as the Fraxinus americana) is a variety of hardwood timber commonly found throughout eastern North America. As an evergreen tree, it grows up to 65-120 feet and has a lifespan of about 200-300 years. The tree is habitat to nuthatch birds and woodpeckers. Ash wo...

Rusticity By-The-Wood Series : The Mango

Posted on in Blog by Ipsita Dasgupta

Rusticity By-The-Wood Series : The Mango
The Mango (scientifically known as the Mangifera indica) is a variety of hardwood originating in India and found across tropical Asia and Oceania. Most oak trees are deciduous, with a few being of the evergreen type.  The tree  grows up to 100-130 feet, with a lifespan of about 100 years. It is m...

Rusticity By-The-Wood Series : The Indian Rosewood (Sheesham)

Posted on in Blog by Ipsita Dasgupta

Rusticity By-The-Wood Series : The Indian Rosewood (Sheesham)
The Indian rosewood or Sheesham (scientifically known as the Dalbergia Sissoo) is a variety of hardwood timber commonly found throughout the sub-Himalayan region, from the Indus to Assam in the Indian Subcontinent. As an evergreen tree, it grows up to 70-80 feet and has a lifespan of about 60 yea...