New Arrival of Holly logs!
Although holly (Ilex aquifolius) grows almost everywhere in Germany, the wood of these trees is one of the rarities in the timber trade: it is difficult to use logs because they are usually interspersed with an incredible number of branches, rarely reach really large diameters and the wood is hardly known. In addition, according to the Federal Species Protection Ordinance, wildly growing holly is protected and must therefore not be felled. Fortunately, we were able to buy a very large quantity (approx. 2 tons) of this interesting wood and have now had these logs sawn into sawn timber of various thicknesses. After a special treatment immediately after cutting against the discolouration caused by fungi, the wood is now pre-dried to such an extent that we could stack it in blocks. Now the wood, which is very sensitive to greying, has to dry in our warehouse until further processing is possible. Look forward with us to probably the largest offer at this rare, nearly white and very hard noble wood!