Softwoods (Clear Grade) & European Redwoods
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Softwoods contribute around 80 percent of the world's production of timber. They come from coniferous evergreen forests that grow in cold or cool temperate climates like the Baltic region (Scandinavia and Northern Russia), Canada and North America. They grow much quicker than hardwoods and in some species can be harder and stronger than some hardwood species. Our softwoods range from clear grade like Douglas Fir and Western Red Cedar through to Scandinavian Redwoods.