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About Foreverbeech


The genus Nothofagus (false beech) named by early botanists for a likeness to European Beech has since been proven genetically distinct, and they are now included in a family their own, the Nothofagaceae.


The genus Nothofagus (false beech) named by early botanists for a likeness to European Beech has since been proven genetically distinct, and they are now included in a family their own called Nothofagaceae. Four species grow in New Zealand, one of which has two varieties. They are Foreverbeech Nothofagus fusca (Red beech) Foreverbeech Nothofagus menziesii (Silver beech).

A feature of Foreverbeech Red and Silver is its exceptional dimensional stability, strength and toughness, making these close-grain hardwearing timbers ideally suited for feature flooring. They machine, glue and sand easily and except stains very well. Foreverbeech can be polished to achieve a lustre and patina unmatched by other timbers. Foreverbeech is notsusceptible to attack by borer insects including Lycrtus spp. and common borer, Anobium spp. The heartwood of Foreverbeech Red is classified as equivalent to H3.2 treatment class, or durable in non ground contact for 25 years.

Dunsinane Forest

Dunsinane Forest