Salvaged Native Timber TAWA flooring in 82mm width x 20mm thick
Tawa makes for a superb hardwood floor
Total available at time of listing is 364 l/m – The Buy Now price is for 1 lineal metre – Rot and borer free with lengths as per pic in stock
Beilschmiedia tawa, the tawa tree, is a NZ broadleaf tree common in the central parts of the country. Tawa is often the dominant canopy species in lowland forests in the North Island and the north east of the South Island, but will also often form the subcanopy in primary forests throughout the country in these areas, beneath podocarps such as kahikatea, matai, miro and rimu. Individual specimens may grow up to 30 metres or more in height with trunks up to 1.2 metres in diameter, and they have smooth dark bark. The word “tawa” is the Maori name for the tree.