American alder grain is generally straight, with a moderately fine, uniform texture.
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Although the type of wood is classified as a hardwood, alder is one of the softest of all hardwood and is more commonly referred to as a semi-hardwood. On a hardness scale, alder is ranked just above pine and poplar. Alder has a light brown color with subtle grain patterns that are straighter than other hardwoods, such as oak or ash. Magna Wood offers …