Milo is a small tree that has a pantropical distribution, found on coasts around the world. Milo is prized in Hawaii for woodworking (commonly turned into bowls) because of the range of colours expressed (tan, through yellow, to red). Its wood has a nice spicy fragrance only when fresh, disappearing when carved into finished wood products. The dark heartwood is moderately heavy, durable, and easy to work with. The wood has low shrinkage rate when drying and has been fashioned into beautiful items such as carvings, and platters.
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