Special Woods Collection
The Black Walnut is one of the tall trees of Ohio's original forests. Ohio's tallest today is 105 feet and grows in Holmes County. The tree commonly is found in bottomlands, but also grows on hillsides with rich soils. It is found throughout most of Ohio except in prairie areas.
Can be hand-scrapped for a weathered look or sanded smooth and polished for an elegant and sophisticated statement.
2.25" / 3.25" / 4.25" x Random Lengths
American black walnut is indigenous and common to North America. Wood color ranges from rich dark brown to black with a purple cast. There is a dramatic difference between the heartwood and the white to light tan sapwood. Flooring manufacturers often darken the sapwood by bleeding the heartwood color into the sapwood by steaming the wood. The grain is open and straight, and can have curly or burled figure. American black walnut has a Janka hardness rating of 1010, softer than red oak.
On or above grade only- Nail down only- Not for use over radiant heat- Professional Installation Required