Q: What American tree produces a sap from which we get syrup?
A: Sugar Maple
Q: You commonly find this in multi-species cutting boards. It’s a beautiful color that suggests royalty, and its native range is Central and South America. After this tree is cut, the heartwood transforms into a rich color which gives this wood its name. Hobby woodworkers use it for small scale projects: knife scales, pens, bottle stoppers.
A: PURPLE HEART
Q:This wood is very aromatic. It’s recorded in the Bible that King Solomon called for this lumber when constructing the temple in Jerusalem.
A: Cedar of Lebanon
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