As far as the European Ash, Plane Poplar and Nice Chestnuts, Holly, Hornbeam, Lime and Willow they’re all quite close in-color all varying from a soft /cream to a light gold brown at darkest. Also, they’re all hardwoods developed employed for just small timber jobs in the united states although native to Europe, like for ornamental furniture, veneers, making, utensils, musical instruments and sporting goods. Pear Walnut and Cherry are all not a tad lighter in color than the others are, these range from the gold colouring to stronger reds but are additionally used for only the sam e minor jobs in Europe.
As for the softwoods of Europe there’s Larch, Yew Western Hemlock, Silver Fir, and Douglas Fir. All these softwoods grow in The United States as well as Europe except the Silver Fir that’s native to the United Kingdom and the Larch which develops in Northern and Central Europe. Another well-liked use for many of these soft wood trees are to be cut down and decorated as getaway Xmas trees, take a look around and you may find you have one of them in your home for the the growing season.