Source: Walnut grows throughout the United States and southern Canada, however, its commercial range is confined largely to the Central States. It is light grey-brown to dark purplish-brown in color with a plain to highly figured grain. This one species produces a greater variety of figure types than any other, approached only by mahogany; longwood (plain and quarter sliced, half-round, both plain and figured, crotches, swirls, stump wood and occasional burls) In characteristics is moderately heavy, very strong for its weight.
Exceptionally stable Uses: Furniture, architecturally woodwork, gunstocks, novelties Availability: Readily as veneer and lumber -
FAS-1F 4/4 thru 8/4 in thickness 8', 10', & 12' in length
Note: Available in widths 6" on average