Larch Veneer

Quartered Larch veneer Crown Larch veneer

Larch grows in the US, mainly in western Montana, northern Idaho, northeastern Oregon, and on the eastern slope of the Cascade Mountains in Washington. About two-thirds of the lumber of this species is produced in Idaho and Montana and one-third in Oregon and Washington.

The heartwood of Larch is yellowish brown and the sapwood, which is generally not more than 3cm wide, is yellowish white. The wood is usually straight grained, splits easily, and is subject to ring shake, while knots are common but generally small and tight.

The properties of Larch veneer are similar to those of Douglas Fir (Oregon Pine), and these species are sometimes sold mixed together.

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