Spanish Cedar vs Western Red Cedar | What are the differences?

Spanish Cedar vs Western Red Cedar

Spanish Cedar (Cedrela odorata) Spanish cedar is straight to interlocked grained wood. It is durable, stable, and rot-resistant softwood. Spanish Cedar is heavier and denser, with an excellent appearance. Being rot-resistant and insect resistant, it is considered suitable for outdoor and interior applications.  Spanish cedar is also known as Cuban cedar or Cedro in Spanish. … Read more

Cedar vs Pine | Difference Between Wood, Tree, and Fence?

Cedar Vs Pine

Cedar Wood Cedar(Cedrus) is known for making quality furniture. It gives a great appearance and durability. Cedar has natural rot and decay resistance properties. Which makes it suitable for external applications. Its many special properties make it different from many other softwoods.  Cedar is not a wood of a particular species. Rather cedar includes many … Read more

Port Orford Cedar vs Western Red Cedar

western red cedar

Port Orford Cedar (Chamaecyparis lawsoniana): Port Orford Cedar is also known by another name Lawson cypress. The wood is lightweight, of great strength, and rot-resistant. Which makes it even more useful and special. Its wood is also known for its highly fragrant ginger aroma. Due to its Straight grain, It is also famous for building … Read more

Northern White Cedar: Uses, Identification, and Growth Rate

Northern White Cedar

Introduction Northern White Cedar is also known as Eastern Arborvitae. Its scientific name is “Thuja occidentalis”. Northern White Cedar is native to eastern Canada, north-central, and northeastern United States. The parts of this tree are useful in its medical field, So it is also called the “tree of life”. Sap, leaf oil, seeds,  inner bark, … Read more