Definitions for "Douglas Fir"
( 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.
Keywords:  drawer, conifer, bottoms, strong, wood
Light, strong wood used primarily for drawer linings and bottoms.
Light, strong conifer wood primarily used as drawer bottoms and linings.