Here's what to know about woodworking with this wood
Primavera looks like a satin sheet with moderate figure and pale yellow color. The wood is lightweight, light in color, and has a moderately fine grain that can be likened to bleached mahogany - it's interesting and attractive. Even though the grain is frequently interlocked, primavera is easily shaped with sharp hand tools.
Primavera grows in Latin America
Color RangeThis is a pale golden yellow with a satin-like luster. Expect the color consistency to be moderate between boards.
Other NamesPrimavera, Duranga, San juan, Palo blanco, Cortez, Cortez blanco, Prima Vera
Some Typical UsesDecorative veneer, furniture building, cabinetry, trim
What's the Tree Like?A full grown tree is majestic and slender at 80 to 100 feet tall and 24" to 36" in diameter
2.42lbs /Bd. Ft.
Woodworking with Primavera:
Ease of Finishing