||Incense-Cedar (Libocedrus decurrens)
||Also known as pencil cedar and Californina incense-cedar.
||Grows in northwestern United States.
||Straight and even grained with a medium texture. Light brown heartwood, often tinged with red, and nearly white sapwood.
||Light, soft, moderately low in strength, and low in stiffness and shock resistance. Very good decay resistance and stability in service.
||Extremely easy to work with machine or hand tools. Turns, cuts, planes, routs, and bores like a champ. Glues, screws, nails, paints and finishes very well.
||Used for pencils, carving, venetian blinds, chests, toys, fenceposts, poles, shingles, railroad ties, woodenware, trim, millwork, novelties, and plywood.