( Pseudotsuga taxifolia)-a tall evergreen found at elevations of 6500 to 10,000 feet. Used by the Hohokam for timber, this tree can be found in the higher mountain ranges surrounding the Tucson Basin.
An evergreen tree that grows in the temperate rainforest of northwest North America. Often used as timber for wood products.
A species of the pine family found on the Pacific Coast. Grows very large and furnishes hard durable timber.
strong durable timber of a douglas fir
tall evergreen timber tree of western North America having resinous wood and short needles
A sustainable, plentiful, North American resource with hardness, strength and fastener retention for extreme durability.
Pseudotsuga Serviceberry Amelanchier
Because of its tan color, douglas fir is often mistaken for southern yellow pine. This floor is considered durable but can easily dent if used in a high traffic room. This wood is recommended for rooms that do not have windows because it can fade easily with sunlight. Small bathrooms or light traffic areas are ideal places for douglas fir.
This decay-resistant wood with good bending strength is the most common type of wood used in the making of plywood due the fact that it is hard and stiff with good ability to hold nails.