CHARACTERISTICS OF TREE
Scientific and Botanical Name: Prunus serotina
Unified Name: American Cherry
Growing areal: It grows throughout central and southern areas of North America.
Environment: It grows from the lowlands to the highlands, in sunny exposures with fertile but not to moist soils. It’s used to consolidate unstable terrains
Trunk; logs and tissues: The trees do not exceed the 15 to 20 m tall, diameter at breast height, with ranges from 30 to 40 cm. The shape of the trunk is often regular with straight ligneous tissues rights.
Suitability for underfloor heating:
Hardness of wood:
Why choose wooden flooring in cherry?
The American cherry tree is a classic, timeless wood. Cherry parquet provides warm and enveloping sensations, increasing the sense of well-being. Cadorin also offers this wood with special decorations for those seeking to enhance rooms or cladding.