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Hemlock

Description:

Hemlock is a lightweight species that works easily, similar to pine. The sapwood is nearly white, with the heartwood generally a light yellow-brown color, with straight grain and a fine texture.

Applications:
Hemlock is used in various ways, including paneling, furniture and sometimes flooring.

Alternatives:
Pine, Douglas fir

Source:
Western Canada and United States