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Osage Orange

9,999.00
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Osage Orange

9,999.00

Maclura pomifera, is commonly called Osage orange, hedge apple or bodark. Despite the name "Osage orange", it is not closely related to the orange, but belongs to the mulberry family. The wood is very stable, with little seasonal movement. It is used for archery bows, game calls and wood turnings. 

Osage Orange has been shown to produce more BTUs when burned than any other domestic hardwood.

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Maclura pomifera, is commonly called Osage orange, hedge apple or bodark. Despite the name "Osage orange", it is not closely related to the orange, but belongs to the mulberry family. The wood is very stable, with little seasonal movement. It is used for archery bows, game calls and wood turnings. 

Osage Orange has been shown to produce more BTUs when burned than any other domestic hardwood.