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Southern Yellow Pine
The sapwood of Southern Yellow Pine varies in width, and is white to yellowish, even orange-white or pale yellow. The heartwood is light yellow to red-brown, and is resinous. There is contrast between early wood and latewood and this can be seen in the growth rings. The grain is straight and uneven with a medium texture. Southern Yellow Pine (SYP) the heaviest of the commercial softwoods. The heavier stock is sold as 'pitch pine' with the lighter wood being referred to as 'southern pine'. It has a distinctive, attractive grain and is usually uniform and consistent through out. Finishes well and has multiple uses.
At Wooduchoose we offer Southern Yellow Pine, or SYP for most of our products. We recommend as; Yellow pine skirting board, yellow pine architrave, yellow pine stair components, yellow pine mouldings. There are many other products that this wood can be used for.
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