Scots Pine

The typical tree of the Purbeck heaths and grown commercially locally, originally for pit-props for the coal mines of the north its obviously looking for new uses and is often chipped for bio-mass boilers or, due to its often skinny dimensions, used for fence posts. We can source this for people particularly wishing to seek an eco-friendly locally grown timber alternative to the joinery redwood pine commercially available from Northern Europe and believe that this under-rated local timber deserves more popularity. 

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