Eucalyptus Grandis

Flooded Gum (also known by the trade name of Rose Gum) is a large hardwood that grows in the moist soils along the east coast of Australia ranging from around Bulahdelah in New South Wales up to northern Queensland. The heartwood is a pink to pale red-brown with the sapwood not clearly distinguishable. The grain is straight and the texture is moderately course and even. The timber often features the work of the scribbly borer. This insect leaves a small trail mark in a weaving or ‘scribbling’ pattern on the timber.

Heartwood Class 2 Durability above ground, Not Termite Resistant and Janka Hardness of 7.5