Walnut products achieve great value in both the national and international markets.Walnut cultivation turns out to be a highly profitable alternative, both for the large number of varieties that adapt to different climates and soils, the high quality of its fruit and wood, high-value products on the market.For centuries, its wood has been used to make furniture and pieces of great aesthetic demand, due to its beauty and high quality. Its use is confined not only to the trunk, but also to the root and its main branches.
The cherry tree is a deciduous tree, very long-lived that can live till 100 years, which stands out for its reddish bark and its relatively fast growth compared to other species.The main use of the cherry is to collect its tasty fruit, the cherry, highly appreciated for its flavor, from which not only meat is used, but also the bones are used as a source of renewable and environmentally friendly energy, in addition to being used also for medicinal purposes.Besides, cherry wood is one of the most appreciated in Europe, due to its excellent characteristics, its hardness, resistance and flexibility. Its pinkish brown color that turns reddish over time, makes it used in quality joinery and carpentry to coat high-end furniture and the manufacture of musical instruments.
Among the species demanded by the quality furniture industry, the cherry tree has been a preferred place for several years, reaching prices that within the native woods are only surpassed by walnut.
Due to its beauty and early flowering in spring, the cherry tree is also used as an ornamental tree, both in home gardens and in public areas.
The pear tree is a deciduous tree, with a deep woody root, an erect trunk, and gray in color with cracked bark.It is a typical tree of temperate and somewhat humid climates, although it tolerates cold better than heat. The ideal soil for the pear tree is a siliceous-clayey, deep and homogeneous soil that does not retain moisture but is not excessively dry, it is a species of great interest in open areas and with good insolation.Although it is a species used almost exclusively for fruit production, the pear tree is highly prized for its wood, due to the difficulty of finding wild trees.
The wood of the pear tree, of a brownish-pink or reddish color, is hard, of uniform texture, very resistant and of relatively light weight, it is easy to work, so it is used in the manufacture of musical instruments, handicrafts and is much appreciated in luxury cabinetry. Wood has a higher resistance than ebony, accepts finishes well, and is easy to work on lathes.
Rowan is one of the most unique deciduous trees in our environment, for its bright green leaves in spring and summer and with its picturesque orange hues of autumn.It produces a pear-shaped fruit, very rich in Vitamin C, with a pleasant flavor, traditionally used to make jams, liqueurs and remedies in natural medicine.Its wood, developed in a single trunk and without the formation of forks, is highly appreciated in Europe for its excellent quality, high density and extraordinary hardness, without being too difficult to work, making it ideal for top-quality finishing work and detail.
Rowan produces a wood similar to cherry or walnut wood, but performs better in soils with active limestone than cherry and due to its natural tendency to apical dominance, requires less pruning than walnut.
Ash is a type of deciduous and medium-sized tree that usually does not exceed 15-20 meters in height. It grows quickly in temperate climates, provided there is edaphic humidity, and not very heavy soils, since it does not support waterlogging.Its wood has a light color, almost whitish or pink, it offers a very good relationship in lightness and durability, in addition to great flexibility that makes it very easy to work, it is highly appreciated for being elastic and resistant, in the flat sheet metal industry, saw and joinery, also gives a good fuel like firewood and excellent charcoal.
Birches are deciduous trees with a thin trunk that can reach 30 meters, with a bark of a pure white once adult and brownish when young, rapid development in the early years, both in poor, acidic terrain, in cold climates and marked continentality, as long as there is environmental humidity or groundwater compensation, which is why they are very interesting in poor, watery places, as well as in high altitude terrain.Although the wood of the birch is of lower quality than that of walnut, cherry or ash, it is a widely used option (more as plywood than as solid) in the manufacture of furniture due to its ductility, resistance and its color palette, which varies between ivory white and brownish yellow.In areas of frequent fogs and due to the easy distinction of its trunk, birch is used as linear road plantations. A healthy drink, rich in minerals, is obtained from its sap. Its bark is also used in the manufacture of roofs, baskets, shoes, ropes, fabrics, etc., because it offers great impermeability.
Tree with a yellowish, erect and dilated trunk, highly branched and spherical crown, olive green, ovate and rough leaves similar to those of the mulberry, greenish flowers and small and edible fruits; it can reach up to 20 m in height; It grows in areas with a hot and arid climate. Wood of great resistance and durability.