Bygrave, Fyfe; Bygrave, Patricia
Red cedar is famed for its beautiful deep red, easy-to-work timber, and a history
of logging associated with early Australian settlement. The timber is now so rare
that it can fetch a high price, particularly once made into fine furniture. Many have
tried to grow this tree in woodlots, often unsuccessfully, and it has been concluded,
somewhat wistfully, that the species cannot be grown into a straight timber tree.
This book, an initiative of the authors, explains the relationship that a...[Show more]
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