Softwood and hardwood trees are determined by their seed type not by their wood density. Cones vs flowers, fruits and nuts make this difference. royomartin.com/softwoods-…
Hardwood and a softwood are terms related to seed formation. Angiosperms have and outer shell (acorn, walnut) are hardwoods. Gymnosperms without a covering are softwood. Balsa wood is one of the lightest, least dense woods there is, and it's considered a hardwood. science.howstuffworks.com…
The difference between hardwood and softwood has to do with how they reproduce, not the hardness of the wood, and that balsa wood - one of the softest woods - is a hardwood. gizmodo.com.au/2015/05/th…
Some hardwoods are softer than some softwoods, and vice versa. diffen.com/difference/Har…
The difference in hardwood and softwood has to do with seeds and has nothing to do with how hard or soft the wood is. Balsa is a hardwood. science.howstuffworks.com…
Softwood and hardwood refer to the way a tree reproduces and not to the hardness of the wood they make nzwood.co.nz/faqs/what-is…
"softwood floors" exist, but they're not actually softer than hardwood floors. The difference is that softwood trees have open seeds, while hardwood seeds are enclosed. armstrong.com/flooring/ha…
The difference in hardwood and softwood has to do with seeds and has nothing to do with how hard or soft the wood is. Balsa is a hardwood. science.howstuffworks.com…
Balsa is a hardwood. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lis…

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