Pecky Sinker Cypress
Pecky Sinker Cypress is a rare lumber that has holes or pockets throughout. This only occurs in occasional logs, and is not discovered until the log is cut. It forms from the inside out in a circular pattern following the tree’s rings, and when milled, the pattern of holes is completely random. Pecky Sinker Cypress tends to have larger, rougher holes due to the logs’ underwater stay, and like all cypress, Pecky Sinker Cypress is beautiful to look at and extremely durable, resistant to both rot and insects.
Pecky Sinker Cypress can be used for paneling, furniture, beams, and cabinets or furniture. It can be used in combination with other cypress or your lumber of choice for accents.