Cypressus Nootkatensis (Hiba)
Wood Grain will Varies due to the nature of the wood.
Alaska Cypress is a tough, strong and durable tress species. Because it grows in cold climate, it is famous for its hardness and slow growth. The average tree height is around 24 meters, with diameter of 90cm. The average age is 300 years old.
This species is distributed in the Pacific Coast of North America, especially in British Coloumbia, Canada. It has a uniform yellow color, fine texture and straight wood grains, and emits aroma when cut. It is also a natural insect repellent.