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Birch grows primarily in southeastern Canada and the northeastern U.S. Its fruit, sometimes called ''wild cherry'', is primarily used in jams.
Its heartwood is pale brown with reddish tones, while its sapwood is creamy yellow to pale white. However, there can be considerable variation in plank colors. Birch has a close, straight grain with a uniform texture. Like maple, it may have some curly or wavy graining.
Its strong, dense hardwood is popular in cabinetmaking, decorating, and furnishings due to its compact texture and reddish-brown color. It’s easy to work, polish, and finish, which is why
uses birch in its Classic collection.
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