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Its name derives from the color of its wood, from pink to reddish rose, as well as the sweet and flowery smell it releases. Because of its overexploitation, especially for the extraction of EO, rosewood has become rare. This tree has been classified as Endangered and is now protected.
The rosewood is a large tree up to 30m high, whose wood is pink to red. It carries simple leaves and yellow flowers. It is native to the Amazon rainforest, but it also grows in Brazil, Peru and French Guiana.