Pican tree Would the Wood from a pican tree be usefull for making stuff.
It makes for pretty nice little boxes.
Is pea-can a hardwood or a soft wood?
I’m still learning the difference (the hard way apparently)
It’s a hard wood. Behaves like oak, for the most part, but it rarely has the same uniform look that you can expect from oak.
Pecan would be wooderful/wonderful. Cutting boards and other fun projects come to mind. Here’s Google’s answer:
Pecan wood is a hardwood that is great for building furniture but is also chopped into chunks and chips for smoking meat. The flavor of pecan wood is stronger than other fruit woods, but mild flavor than hickory and mesquite.
It’s similar to Hickory and i think its part of the walnut family. If you have scraps of usable sizes ill take a couple.
Its hypothetical their is a pecan tree at my late uncles house and if in the future owners deside to remove the tree, I would like to keep some of it since my Grand father took care of the yard when he was alive and own the house.
It was struck by lightening and im curriouse how the grain wood look like.