|Scientific Name:||Gymnocladus spp.|
|Location:||Eastern North America|
|Crushing Strength:||6,600lbf /in2|
Kentucky Coffeetree has a heartwood that is orange to reddish brown in color and a sapwood that is yellowish white color. The grain is straight and porous and it has a coarse uneven texture. The end grain is ring-porous. Kentucky is moderately durable to very durable in regards to decay. It is a good wood to work with and glues, stains, and finishes well.