American holly, the state tree of Delaware, is a fantastic tree, with brilliant red berries and dark green leaves that are popular decorations during the Christmas season, but it is mostly known in woodworking circles as one of the whitest woods known.
Andiroba's grain and color appear identical to Honduras mahogany, so it is used for fine furniture, cabinetry and flooring.
These two unrelated species have almost identical properties.
Also known as a "true fir," balsam fir is most often used for building construction.
Water-loving tree produces great honey plus wood products.