Myrtle Cluster is another species Marwood offers and it is a beautiful hardwood that’s colors range from lemony yellow to orange and sometimes catches purple tones in the wood. Myrtle Cluster is found in the Western United States. The grain on this hardwood varies quite radically with some being burly while others are wavy and figured depending on the log. Myrtle Cluster is a hardwood that is easy to work and gives off a strong spicy smell of the bay leaf while being worked. Most people may think they’ve never seen Myrtle Cluster, but it is often used in cabinetry, guitars, and fine furniture.