Native British Woods

The following are the native woods of Britain during Regia period. If you use another wood to construct gear, please disguise or hide it:

Alder
Ash
Aspen
Beech
Birch, Downy
Birch, Silver
Box
Cherry, Bird
Cherry, Wild
Crab Apple
Elm, Wych
Hawthorn
Hazel
Holly
Hornbeam
Juniper
Lime, Large Leaved
Lime, Small Leaved
Maple, Field
Oak, Common
Oak, Sessile
Pine, Scots
Poplar, Black
Rowan
Strawberry Tree
Thorn, Midland
Whitebeam
Wild Service Tree
Willow, Bay
Willow, Crack
Willow, Goat
Willow, White
Yew

SOURCES

“British Native Woods and their uses in history,” http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/LCVInternational/wood.htm
Carole A. Morris, Craft, industry and everyday life : wood and woodworking in Anglo-Scandinavian and medieval York. 2000.
“Native Trees of the British Isles,” http

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