(sp. eucalyptus marginata): Jarrah grows in Western and
South Western Australia.
Jarrah is a rich, reddish timber and it is prized for
its rich warm color. Jarrah is heavy and hard. Jarrah grain
is usually straight, even textured, sometimes displays decorative
flecks on flat sawn surfaces. However, other variations
in Jarrah grain may be present. Jarrah is extremely durable
and resistant to insect attack, making Jarrah viable for
indoor and outdoor uses.
Jarrah has a variety of uses including in marine work,
ship building, construction, weatherboard, flooring, and
furniture. Jarrah has properties that are appropriate for
chemical vats and filter presses.
sourcing issues: Jarrah is sustainably managed by the
Australian government's program for Jarrah sustained-yield