||Eastern White Pine (Pinus strobus)
||Also known as white pine, northern white pine, northern pine, Weymouth pine, Quebec yellow, cork pine, and pumpkin pine.
||Grows in Canada, Mexico, and United States.
||Straight grained with a fine, uniform texture. Creamy white, pale yellow or light brown heartwood and creamy white sapwood. Yellows with age.
||Soft, weak, and light with low decay resistance, shock resistance, and steam bending. Very stable in service.
||Works very easily with most machine or hand tools although turning is only fair. Carves quite well. Holds nails and screws well without the need to pre-drill. Glues, paints and varnishes well. Sealer recommended to prevent blotches when staining.
||Used for numerous applications including carvings and sculpture, millwork, sash, doors, trim, paneling, cabinetry, furniture, toys, novelties, musical instrument components, caskets, boxes, match sticks, veneer, dowels, and patterns.