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King William Pine Athrotaxis selaginoides This article follows a recent encounter with a smallish piece of King William Pine given to me and reminded me of the time when it was in common use when teaching Woodwork in Secondary Schools. Now it is difficult to obtain and is truly a specialist timber. It is no longer logged except for salvage. What a pity. because it was such a ioy to work.
Athrotaxis selaginoides King Billy Pine Tasmanian Endemic. This is a coniferous tree (not a pine) of the temperate Tasmanian rain forests where it will tolerate cool conditions including winter snow. It yields a durable, scented wood but is rapidly becoming a scarce species (and therefore protected) as forestry and bush fires have taken their toll. En route to Queenstown on Strahan Railway.
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By any measure, Tasmanian Special Timbers has been providing Tasmania’s quality timbers (particularly Huon and King Billy Pine) for longer than any other company in the world. With seven generations in the Tasmanian timber industry, our knowledge, involvement and care for our product is unparalleled. From prisoners and free settlers, all the way through to today’s entrepreneurs, we have.
Athrotaxis selaginoides (King Billy Pine) is a species of tree in the family Cupressaceae. It is listed as vulnerable by IUCN. It has simple, scale leaf leaves.
Now available Tasmanian veneer grade Birdseye ancient Huon pine, estimated age over 1700 years old. This will make a one of a kind beautiful book matched project.
Celery top pine is a strong, durable and attractive softwood that grows in Tasmania, and is available there and in Victoria. It is a rare wood and available only from specialist timber retailers. The heartwood of celery top pine is pale yellow to pale brown, which darkens to gold as the heartwood ages. The sapwood is narrow and not readily distinguishable. The texture is fine and even and the.