Willow Veneered Panels & Jointed Veneer
Willow is composed of 170 to 400 species native to Europe, Asia and North, Central & South America. All species look alike microscopically and the most common (Black Willow) is also known as Dudley Willow, Goodding Willow, Southeastern Black Willow, Swamp Walnut, Tall Black Willow and Western Black Willow. Willow is found throughout the eastern half of the United States, from the Atlantic coast west to Minnesota and Texas.
The sapwood of Black Willow is whitish to light tan, while the heartwood is pale reddish brown to greyish brown and frequently contains darker streaks.
Willow veneer has interlocked grain. and is uniform in texture. It has no characteristic odour.