Marri is distinctive bloodwood native to Western Australia. Marri is often called as red gum due to the gummy red protrusions often seen on its trunk. as the name suggest, the timber is high in gum, resulting in low recovery rates at first grade timber. Marri feature grain has become more popular in recent times for making fine ,handcrafted furniture. Marri has rather a coarse but even texture with slightly interlock grain.
Marri timber is increasingly used for modern household. The finish honey-coloured timber with a distinctive vein structure makes handsome flooring. Marri's yellow to pale brown heartwood and paler to white sapwood contrast beautifully with the dark red gum that features om the tree's trunk