Pick an image for a larger view. See the glossary for icon descriptions. In the center is a 2-parted, creamy white, feathery style and 4 to 8 erect, white stamens that are about twice as long as the calyx, the stamen tips initially yellowish turning purplish black. Flower stalks are minute and hairless. Edges are serrated, single toothed, and veins are straight and not forking at the tip. The upper surface dark green and smooth, the lower surface light green, mostly hairless or with tufts of hairs in the vein axils.
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Identifying wood species Hello again all, Been really busy lately sawing lumber and getting logs from trees the farmers around my dad's place have been taking out. One of the logs we got we can't identify. First I don't have any of the leaves as it is almost winter in South West Michigan and they are all gone. The bark kind of reminds me of a elm or what we would call a standing dead elm around here as most of them die when they are under 20" in diameter. The cross section of the log is what has me stumped.
I really like the grain. I've got a bench in progress for my sister, and the elm is tough stuff to work. Very hard, and the wood I have is "rowed". In quarter sawn wood, my hand planes very sharp and with minimal throat opening still tear out the grain between every other ring I think the grain twists back and forth every year, making the wood difficult to work, and difficult to split.
Heartwood is light to medium reddish brown. Paler sapwood is usually well defined. Grain is interlocked making it very resistant to splitting. With a somewhat coarse, uneven texture.