The Appletree was originally indigenous in the West Indies
Today distributed throughout all of Europe with the exception of Northern Europe and in West Asia. Since the trees generally have small diameters and are almost always strongly twisted too, this wood has hardly any significance for the veneer industry. Wild growing trees are better suited for veneer than cultivated trees.
As veneer or slicing wood exclusively used in interior architecture. Other than that also used for tool and knife handles cabinet making