Spanish Cedar, also called Cedro(scientific name: Cedrelaodorata), has a heartwood of light pink to red-brown color. Pockets of natural oils and gum are to be expected. Its texture is medium, luster is moderate and grain is straight or slightly interlocked.
Spanish Cedar is commonly found in the Central and South America and the Caribbean. It is rated durable to moderately durable for decay, and is resistant to termite attack.