The Willow wood is a type of hardwood and belongs to the genus of the Salix and is commonly known as sallows or the osiers. The willow tree is a type of the Deciduous tree and usually prefers to grow in the moist soil and the cold temperature accordingly. The Willow tree grows to a medium height and the leaves of the willow tree are elongated and round. The countries in the Northern Hemisphere are the main distributors of the willow wood throughout the world. The Willow wood is used in making the furnishing items, basking nets, and finishing nets as well. The willow wood is fibrousness and that is why it dents rather than getting cracked.
Advantages Of Willow Wood
Here are the advantages of using willow wood:
- Appearance: The willow wood is available in pinkish-brown color and the wood grain of the willow wood is straight and in uniform texture.
- Workability: The willow wood is having the smooth texture and that is why the paint and the glue stick to it very easily.
- Pricing: The willow wood is moderately expensive than the rest of other real solid hardwoods.
- Light In Weight And Shockproof: The willow wood is light and is having a natural resistance towards the electric shock respectively.