What tree does rosewood come from?

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Rosewood is a dark and highly grained wood from trees in the Pterocarpus, Dalbergia and Tipuana genera and are typically found tropical and subtropical rainforests. This wood has excellent resonance which makes them ideal for musical instruments such as the guitar and piano.
Brazil and Honduras are renowned for their rosewood.
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Rosewood is a general term for deeply rich colored trees. There are several regions around the world where rosewood can be found: Madagascar, Brazil and East India to name a few.
Rosewood actually comes from the rosewood tree. This tree is endangered because of over harvesting so there is a ban on international trade - meaning that it is difficult to get for building instruments now.
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Rosewood does come from the rosewood tree. However the rosewood tree that is used for musical instruments is only found in south and central america and is in danger of disappearing
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1. Dig a hole that is wider than it is deep. The rosewood tree requires a hole that is three to four times wider in diameter than the tree's root ball. The shallow depth is because
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rosewood tree: any of those hardwood trees of the genus Dalbergia that yield rosewood--valuable cabinet woods of a dark red or purplish color streaked and variegated with black
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