[Greenbuilding] black locust and osage orange

Tim Vireo Keating t.keating at rainforestrelief.org
Wed Dec 7 18:13:40 PST 2011


The only problem with that is obtaining pieces that are long enough. 
Typically black locust is available in widths like 2x4 or 2x6 and up 
to 12'. That's about it unless you want to scour the US for longer 
lengths. Osage trees are typically even smaller than black locust.

What profiles did you have in mind?

I wouldn't recommend either of these for studs as it's simply not 
necessary. What parts of the addition did you have in mind?

tim

At 6:46 PM -0600 11/16/11, Sacie Lambertson wrote:
>To my knowledge Hedge is not harvested for anything other than fence 
>posts.  These are ideal for decks and such as well.  I've even 
>thought about using them for a small house addition, figuring they 
>will outlast the room above.  Sacie
>
>On Wed, Nov 16, 2011 at 6:12 PM, 
><mailto:candtcampbell at juno.com>candtcampbell at juno.com 
><<mailto:candtcampbell at juno.com>candtcampbell at juno.com> wrote:
>
>Is either of these species appropriate for raised vegetable garden 
>beds? Are 2 x 12's of either species available in Georgia?
>
>Tim
>
>
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