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Strawberry Wood

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nesta

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So there have been a few threads regarding pear wood pipes in the past. And morta, of course. And probably a few regarding olivewood pipes.

It seems just when I seem to have heard most of the materials used out there....

Strawberry wood? What the heck is strawberry wood?

I first became aware of it's existence a few weeks ago. I still know virtually nothing about it.

Enlighten me! Never heard of a strawberry tree, myself....last I checked strawberry was a little leafy plant growing close to the ground, nothing woody about it at all.
 

furious

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I know nothing about it and am very interested too. All I have are some nice apple wood and rhododendron pipes from WWII.
 

Nate

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Oh yes, also...the characteristics are extremely similar to briar. Seems to have nearly the same density, but be a bit lighter. It is a pretty cool material to manipulate!
 
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