Madrone trees are native to the Pacific Northwest, ranging from Northern California to British Columbia. These large trees have leathery evergreen leaves, a reddish bark that easily peels away from the tree, and white flowers. They also produce orange berries. The wood is rich in color and varies from pale tans to rosy browns, with occasional dark red patches. Madrone is known for its beautiful burl which has many closely-packed clusters of knots & swirled grain.