Where Does Soft Wood Come from?

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Softwoods are also called conifers. They come from trees like pine, firs, spruces, cedars, baldcypress, Douglas-firs, hemlocks, larch, redwoods and junipers.
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Trees are classified in two: softwood and hardwood depending on their properties. These include hardwoods come from deciduous trees, have a slower growth rate ...
Well hard wood is straight and soft is limpy. Basically hardwood comes from a deciduous tree like the oak or ash. Softwood comes from conifers. ...
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