a genuine yellow wood?
Saw one of those home buying shows last night that had a house with yellow amarilla floors. Looked very nice. Googled it today and found, like many exoitic woods, it has many names. e.g. tarara amarilla, canarywood and many more.
Anyone here know it characteristics? Is it hard (probably is since it is used for floors), stringy, etc.? Wondering if it would turn nicely. And, the biggie......drum roll here.......does it retain it's yellow color or turn dark like Osage Orange?
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