Angiosperms (flowering plants)
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What is hardwood?
What is Hardwood? Hardwood is a descriptive term applied to woods that are the most dense and rigid when compared with the vast collection of wood options. The primary advantage of hardwoods is that they tend to be more durable than other softwoods.
Do all trees have hard wood?
If you鈥檝e ever bumped your head on a tree, you鈥檒l argue that all trees have hard wood. But hardwood is a term biolog to group together trees with certain similar characteristics. If you want information about hardwood tree characteristics, as well as a hardwood vs. softwood discussion, read on. What are Hardwood Trees?
Are hardwoods always harder than softwoods?
Hardwoods are not always harder than softwoods, balsa wood being an example of this. Hardwood trees are more varied than softwoods and there are about 100 times more species of hardwood than there are softwoods.
What is hardwood and softwood made of?
Hardwood comes from angiosperm 鈥?or flowering plants 鈥?such as oak, maple, or walnut, that are not monocots. Softwood comes from gymnosperm trees, usually evergreen conifers, like pine or spruce. Comes from angiosperm trees that are not monocots; trees are usually broad-leaved.