BOTANICAL NAME: Buxus Sempervirens
TRADE NAMES: Boxwood
DESCRIPTION: Its density is 975 Kg/m3. The wood is of color cream to yellow, that tends to darken slightly with an exhibition prolonged to the light. The whiteness is not distinguished of the duramen. The Boxwood has a fine, uniform texture, with a natural luster. The grain tends to be straight or slightly irregular. It is an easy wood to carve and is usually used in wind musical instruments, rulers, handles, turned objects and other small specialty items.