The Buckeye wood grows at a 2000 – 3000 foot elevation. My Buckeye comes from California, in the foothills of the Sequoia Forest. I’ve been told that the minerals in the dirt give the Buckeye the color that it has. Basically, it’s yellow, but the dark Blues or blacks that you see in the Buckeye is because of the mineral content in the soil. And the inclusions in the Buckeye are amazing. You take a slab of Buckeye from the root structure below and it looks like barnacles and things that are in the bottom of the ocean. It’s pretty interesting stuff.
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