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Tropical South and Central America, from South Mexico to the Brazilian Amazon region
Granadillo is mainly growing in the humid regions of the Central American tropics. The tree can reach heights of up to 40 m. Very often, Granadillo is compared with other wood species, frequently with Cocobolo. Although Granadillo is less shiny than Cocobolo, it is relatively similar to it. However, Granadillo can be found considerably more often than Cocobolo.


The highly decorative wood shows a colour spectrum ranging from dark purple to various shades os red up to dark brown, and it is often streaked with darker or lighter stripes, however, less spectacular than Rosewood or Cocobolo.


Problem-free, smooth and closed surfaces can be produced without difficulty

Granadillo only has a slight tendency to check and warp when being dried. Apart from that, drying presents no problem.


Granadillo takes lacquers and other surface finishes without any problems.


Nail, screw and glue joints hold firmly and can be carried our problem-free.

Similar woods

Cocobolo, Kingwood, Santos Rosewood


Being an excellent and less expensive alternative to Resewood or Cocobolo due to its similar appearance, Granadillo is used as well for exclusive furniture, both as veneer as well as solid wood. The wood is also used for instrument making. Special products such as violin bows or billiard cues are made of Granadillo, too.


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