The part of a tree's annual growth ring that is laid down in the latter part of the growing season.
The portion of the annual ring formed in the later part of the growing season; generally of higher density and stronger than the early wood. Also known as summerwood.
The denser wood formed during the later stages of growth of each annual ring. Also called "summerwood".
Wood cells produced at the end of the growing season that make up the darker section of an annual ring. Also called summerwood.
The part of a trees annual growth ring that is formed later in the season.
(Summer Wood) The portion of a tree's rings that forms after the earlywood and is often characterized by smaller cells and a higher density.