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Mulberry is very similar to Locust in weight and grain pattern, and often resembles Osage Orange in color. It is a rather unknown wood to many wood workers in the US. Traditionally, Mulberry was grown for it's edible fruits and the wood was used as firewood but it has recently sen a resurgence in the woodworking community. Common uses include:

- Fence Posts

- Turned Objects

- Furniture

Our Mulberry has been locally sourced and dried down to 5% before being stored in our dry-shed under humidity control to ensure the highest quality material for your project. All our material is planed down to the sizes shown below.