Yellow Pine

Yellow Pine

Attributes Southern Yellow Pine has heartwood which may be light yellow/orange to reddish brown in color or even yellowish brown. The sapwood is light tan to yellowish white. The grain is closed, with high figuring, and patterns range from clear to knotty. Southern Yellow Pine is indigenous to North America and is typically found growing in the coastal plain of the Southeast. There are variations within the species and include Longleaf Pine ( P. palustris), Shortleaf Pine (P. echinata), Loblolly Pine ( P. taeda), and Slash Pine (P. elliottii). Mature lumber in these varieties has a much higher density and is more stable than that of second-growth.
Ideal for Flooring, furniture, paneling, and structural lumber. Also offered in a V-Groove for ceilings and walls.
Janka Hardness 690
Widths 2 1/4", 3 1/8", 3 1/4", 5 1/8", 6 7/8", 8 7/8"
Thicknesses 3/4"
Available Grades Clear, #2 Common