Pecky Cypress

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Pecky Cypress

This odorless wood has long been valued for its resistance to water, and thus is denominated "wood eternal". Still usable, prehistoric wood is often found in swamps as far north as New Jersey, and occasionally as far north as Connecticut, although it is more common in the southeastern states. The wood is harvested from some swamps in the southeastern states, and is greatly prized for special uses. A specific form of the wood, denominated "Pecky cypress", is often used for decorative wall paneling. Some consider it to be a symbol of the southern swamps of the United States.

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  • Light yellow to light brown


  • Straight, tight grain
  • Nonspecific Variations within Species and Grades



  • 510 Hardness
  • Nonspecific Dimensional Stability
  • Good durability

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