Granadillo is an exotic wood that is bright red to reddish or purplish brown, with rather distinct stripes. The sapwood is clearly distinct from the heartwood, and is almost white in color. It is hard and superior to Teak and probably Mahogany. The wood is exceptionally heavy. It weighs much more than Hard maple or Teak in the green or seasoned condition. The density of the wood is very high.
Avg Dry Wgt : 59 lbs/ft3 (950 kg/m3) | Janka Hardness : 2700lbf (12010 N) | Specific Gravity : 0.88
Texture : Medium to fine
Grain Pattern : Straight with some interlocking
Health Risk : Not Known
Color : Reddish to purplish-brown
Wood Type : Tropical Hardwood